As quoted by the Daily Record, midfielder Glen Kamara has made comments which should excite Rangers fans.

The 23-year-old is currently away on international duty with Finland.

Kamara barely put a foot wrong across 180 minutes of international football. (Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images)

He impressed Bears with an excellent showing against Bosnia and Herzegovina at the weekend, before following it up with stunning match statistics in a further victory against Liechtenstein.

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However, he’s already looking ahead to next season and how he can improve his game. For assistance, he’s enrolled the help of his manager, on a one-to-one basis.

“Steven Gerrard has taught me a lot of things,” said Kamara, as quoted by the Daily Record. “What I particularly like about him is if I make a mistake in the game, the next day he will come up to me and encourage me to do my best.”

“He has helped me with personal training sessions and is currently teaching me to shoot more. Of course, I can actually shoot, but just not anything as good as he can do!


“He was very good at that and goals were a big part of his game. The exercises he has done with me have been excellent and hopefully, you will start to see the evidence of this next season.

“I feel my game has improved a lot since the move and I feel part of the national team now. I am happy with the praise I received for my performances for Finland.”



It’s great to see that despite an outstanding start to his time at Ibrox, Kamara isn’t resting on his laurels.

He’s excellent on the ball and reads the game well, but goalscoring is an aspect he can improve upon, despite opening his account in just his fourth Gers game, back in February.

Kamara steered home a James Tavernier set piece against his old club. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

He generally sits quite deep, so he’s hardly expected to be banging them in every week. Yet, it’s always good to carry a genuine threat from distance – something the manager always possessed in his Liverpool days.

If Kamara could improve in this area and fire the odd one in from range, he really would be a complete midfielder.

That’s should be enough to excite any Bear ahead of the new season.

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