Steven Gerrard was left impressed with the Rangers debut of Scott Wright in the 1-1 draw against Hamilton on Sunday.

The playmaker came off the bench for his first appearance since sealing his permanent switch to Ibrox on deadline day last week.

The 23-year-old impressed after the likes of Bongani Zungu failed to take their rare chances at the Fountain of Youth Stadium.


Gerrard shared his verdict on Wright on Rangers TV and went on to suggest big changes will be made against Kilmarnock.

“I thought all the subs were positive,” he said.

“Scott is going to be a good little footballer for us, you can see he’s clever – he just needs time to get used to the surroundings. I’ve got no worries or concerns.

“The subs brought personality, which tells me I got some decisions wrong. I’ll be telling some individuals some home truths.

“I’ll pick a team that deserves to play (v Kilmarnock).”


Changes inevitable.

The Bears were simply shocking against Hamilton, and it won’t be tolerated.

Too many looked as though they thought the game was won before it even begun, but the truth is, the bottom club in the Scottish Premiership should have ended our unbeaten run.

When Rangers are at their best, they’re untouchable and they showed that in the reverse fixture that ended 8-0, so there aren’t excuses today.

Wright was bright in his short cameo, and there will be big shouts for him to start Kilmarnock and they are definitely warranted after that performance.

In other Rangers news, these Bears fans react to the debut of Scott Wright v Hamilton


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