On-loan Rangers defender Joe Worrall has told The Sun that he’ll be happy to return to Nottingham Forest in the summer.

The 22-year-old is on a season-long loan deal at Ibrox but it sounds unlikely that will be extended.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 29: Joe Worrall of Rangers and Connor Goldson of Rangers celebrate victory after the UEFA Europa League Group G match between Rangers and Villarreal CF at Ibrox Stadium on November 29, 2018 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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The defender wouldn’t commit to saying he wanted a longer spell at Ibrox – but didn’t rule it out either.

“Being on loan, it’s hard to say whether I want to stay,” Worrall said, as quoted by The Sun.

“If they want to buy me for £30m in the summer, fantastic!

“If not, I’ll be happy to go back to Forest.”

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GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 28: Joe Worrall of Rangers takes a look around the pitch prior to the Betfred Scottish League Cup Semi Final between Aberdeen and Rangers at Hampden Park on October 28, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Worrall has finally started to find some form after a disappointing start to his time at Ibrox.

 

After an impressive Old Firm showing, he made a howler during the recent defeat to Kilmarnock.

Since then, he’s looked much more composed in defence and is starting to show why he is so highly-rated down south.

With Niko Katic looking for force his way into the side, there’s a ready-made replacement already at Ibrox.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - DECEMBER 29: Joe Worrall of Rangers tackles Anthony Ralston of Celtic during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premier League between Celtic and at Ibrox Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Worrall has made 22 appearances for the Gers so far but has yet to score his first goal.

As the season nears its climax, Worrall would do his reputation no harm by helping the Gers to the title.

There’s no chance of Rangers coughing up the £30million fee he mentioned though.