Jamie Murphy admits he has it all to prove after Rangers injury nightmare
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Jamie Murphy admits he has it all to prove after Rangers injury nightmare

Rangers winger Jamie Murphy has admitted that he needs to impress Gers boss Steven Gerrard all over again after ten months out of action through injury.
Murphy hasn’t played since damaging knee ligaments against Kilmarnock at the beginning of last season but is fit again and hoping to catch the eye and force his way into the side.

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The former Brighton winger knows he needs to always be improving but knows it could take a little bit of time to get back to where he was after so long out.

“I hope the manager knows what I am capable of. I know I had a good pre-season last year and a couple of games before I got injured,” Murphy told Rangers TV.
“But it is up to me to impress them again. If you stay at the same level, I don’t think you are going to keep up at Rangers.
“It is about me trying to improve and get better every day. It might take a couple of weeks or it might take a couple of months.

“I am prepared to work hard to try and get back to where it was and improve on that.”
Murphy could be a potent threat for Gerrard’s side if he can get back to the sort of form he was producing pre-injury.

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The winger could well be the answer if Ryan Kent doesn’t return to Ibrox this summer and his experience will be a big benefit regardless.
A fully-fit Jamie Murphy would be a big asset for any side in Scotland so if Rangers can get him back to his best then there’s little doubt he can make a major impact.