Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has spoken openly about life at Rangers to popular Finnish football podcast Pallokerho on the Old Firm, the Finnish national team and the differences between life at Arsenal and Ibrox.
The Arsenal Academy graduate was quizzed on a range of things such as his performances recently and how life at Rangers compares to that at the Gunners.
The talented midfielder admitted that while he underestimated the size of Rangers, it’s difficult to compare men’s and youth football.
“Yeah obviously it’s different, you can’t compare youth football to men’s football,” said Kamara.
“It’s a big step and I’m enjoying every moment being there and hopefully I can keep progressing.
“Obviously being at Dundee I played against Rangers, I played against Celtic, the two big teams in the country.
“It was a massive move [coming to Rangers]. I probably didn’t know how big it [Rangers] was until I went there. Probably didn’t know what to expect.
“Obviously I knew it was a big club with a lot of history. Yeah but, as soon as I got there, everyone made me feel welcome, I found my feet and yeah, it’s really good.
The midfielder also explained why he was hooked at half-time against Celtic, saying that the decision was a “tactical” one from the manager.
Kamara also admitted that he “hasn’t been on my best form as of yet” and this has impacted his playing time at the club.
Kamara famously joined Rangers from Dundee for £50k last January and had a sensational second half of the season with the Glasgow club.
The midfielder joined Dundee after being released from the Academy at Arsenal in 2017.