Rangers star Alfredo Morelos has opened up on his “difficulties” with Ibrox “legend” Steven Gerrard and insists things are “fixed” between the pair as he admitted he feels “happy” living in Scotland.
Morelos’ discipline issues have seen the manager near the end of his tether with the Colombian striker but Morelos has responded by helping fire the Gers to the title, calling the celebrations afterwards “crazy” as fans “lived it to the fullest.”
The Ibrox goal-machine has now set his sights on the Scottish Cup as he eyes up a domestic double with the Light Blues to cap off a remarkable season under Gerrard.
Despite constant speculation over his Ibrox future, Morelos appears to have calmed those for now with his declaration he is happy in Scotland and aiming more silverware with the Light Blues.
“I feel very happy here. We have a target now – the Scottish Cup – and the team have done very well in both the league and in Europe,” Morelos said [Win Sports]
“Now I want to keep scoring goals and getting assists.
” Steven Gerrard is a legend and a great person. I have had difficulties with him, but we have fixed it. He showed confidence in me and I have responded. We have a nice relationship.
“I feel happy in Scotland and I love representing my country too.
“When we won the league everything was crazy. People lived it to the fullest because it had been ten years without winning the League.
“It was something very nice because people came out and enjoyed it. I am very proud to get the title.
“I am happy at Rangers and I want to win the Cup with them.”
The Gers striker’s recent form saw him pick up March’s Player of the Month award – and a knack for English interviews following years of silence.
Hopefully, El Bufalo can get to the Scottish Cup final and provide a few more soundbites after the showpiece final as he clutches his second trophy of the season.
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