Tam McManus has labelled Rangers winger Ryan Kent as the best player in Scotland at this moment in time.
The Englishman scored a world-class goal in the 4-0 win over Aberdeen, where he took it past a couple of defenders and smashed the ball home from distance.
McManus believes that the Bears managing to keep hold of him in the summer was a massive statement to everybody in the league.
Speaking on Monday, McManus was blown away by Kent against Aberdeen and was joined by Alan Rough in praising him.
“Ryan Kent was outstanding,” he said on PLZ Soccer.
“His goal was brilliant. I think he’s the best player in Scotland, I think he’s, without doubt, the best player in Scotland, at the minute.
“A key player for Rangers, I look at not selling him in the window, I think that was great from Rangers point of view – that really sent the message out.”
There are a number of Rangers players who could challenge for this title.
James Tavernier and Glen Kamara are just two of the names that spring to mind, although we would rather concentrate on Kent after his outing against Aberdeen.
The 24-year-old scored, grabbed an assist and completed 97% of his passes and all of his crosses according to WyScout as he grabbed the headlines at Ibrox.
With Kent in this form, Rangers will be difficult to stop this season, and he will be key to bringing the title back to the Blue side of Glasgow over the next few months.
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