By Kealan Hughes

30th Apr, 2021 | 3:05pm

Rangers goalkeeper Andy Firth agrees new one-year deal

Rangers back-up goalkeeper Andy Firth has put pen to paper on a new one-year deal, the club has confirmed.

Firth joined Gers in 2018 but has only played one game for the club, a seven-minute substitute appearance against Inverness last season.

Despite that, the 24-year-old is delighted to be at Ibrox and loves learning from the likes of Allan McGregor and Jon McLaughlin.

He told Rangers TV, “Everyone knows how much I love being here. It has been a really special year for us and I am just happy that I can stay here for next season.

“It has been brilliant for me being here and to get the chance to work with Greegsy, he is incredible and to work alongside Jon is great.

“For me to pick the brains of people who have been there at all different levels and to have Colin Stewart to work with is perfect.”

Goldson and Kamara next, please

Rangers have been very productive at securing new contracts for players recently, with Steven Davis, James Tavernier and McGregor putting pen to paper over the last few weeks.

There has been talk of extending the deals of Connor Goldson and Glen Kamara and getting those completed has to be the priority ahead of the summer.

They are vital to the team’s spine and have impressed in both the SPFL and the Europa League since joining.

Kamara has already attracted attention from Arsenal according to Give Me Sport, so agreeing a new contract is vital to stopping his exit.

Both could play a key role as we adjust to the Champions League next season too, and both have plenty of years ahead of them.

It makes sense to tie them down to long-term contracts.

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