Nottingham Forest legend Des Walker thinks Joe Worrall’s season-long loan with Rangers will put the 22-year-old “in a good stead” after experiencing playing under huge pressure at Ibrox.
The defender has impressed with Steven Gerrard’s side and former England international Walker thinks it has been a “big step” for him going from Forest to Ibrox.
Worrall is due to return to Forest in the summer and Walker believes it must be “fantastic” for him playing in front of the Rangers fans every week.
“He is playing for a great club in Rangers and it is an amazing move for a young kid,” Walker told The Herald.
“It is a big step for him to be playing in front of that amount of fans with that amount of pressure. It puts you in good stead.
“I am pleased for him. I remember watching him as a ten-year-old and he has gone a long way. Playing in front of Rangers fans every week, it must be a fantastic feeling.”
Worrall has made 29 appearances for the Gers this season and has cemented his place in the first-team under Gerrard.
After a shaky start, the former England youth international won over his doubters with a series of composed displays and has arguably become the Gers most reliable defender recently.
With a massive clash against Celtic on Sunday, it will be another opportunity for Worrall to show how good he can be.