“He looks like he’s made up his mind, he wants to move elsewhere. The difficulty is as he doesn’t play and his attitude looks like it does today, his value could drop somewhat.

“Rangers would be best to sell him as quickly as possible and get a better reflection of value to them as opposed to him sitting on the bench for a few more weeks and teams thinking ‘well, he doesn’t look like he’s go the hunger at the moment’

“His Rangers career is over and he doesn’t look like he wants to fight for his place.”

Is Foster right about Morelos? 

It’s sad to say, but we think he might be.

There was some semblance of hope when Gerrard took the decision to include Morelos in his match day squad on Saturday after dropping altogether him against Kilmarnock the weekend before, but the fact that he didn’t get on the pitch ahead of Stewart probably speaks volumes as to how the manager views him.

Leaving him out of his plans completely is only going to damage Morelos’ value in any negotiations with potential suitors, and to that end, naming him on the bench is a necessary move, but it’s quite clear that the boss is planning for life without the South American.

It’s a shame that things have ended up fizzling out like this, but at this stage an exit feels like the only viable next step.

In other Rangers news, Leon Balogun has started life in Glasgow brilliantly.