By Beck Pascal

14th May, 2022 | 11:40am

Scott Wright drools over Rangers 'big player' Ryan Kent in Seville rally cry

Rangers midfielder Scott Wright has been wowed by teammate Ryan Kent who has taken his game to “another level” this season.

The winger has been involved in 21 goals across all competitions for the Light Blues this season, with some of his most impressive displays coming in the Europa League knockout stage. 

With the final against Eintracht Frankfurt next week [May 18], the midfielder has called for the “big player” to step up. 

Wright said via the Glasgow Evening Times: “Razza has taken his game to another level and this season in Europe he has thrived.

“He has had a lot of big performances which, in house, doesn’t surprise us as we see it every day.

“The consistency he has to his game is certainly something I want to add to mine. He has thrived in the big games and maybe Europe suits him a bit more.

“We knew he is a big player for us and it is a case of getting him the ball and letting him do his thing. We hope he has another big game on Wednesday.”

Extend his contract.

Kent has taken his game to the level that Rangers fans knew he had in his locker all this time. 

The former Liverpool man’s consistency has been brilliant which is certainly something he has lacked in seasons gone by. 

More excitingly, he looks as if he still has more to give the team and at 25-years-old – he still has a lot of time to kick it up another gear. 

A host of Premier League clubs have expressed their interest in the attacker simultaneously with the brilliant season he is having but hopefully, he remains at Ibrox next year. 

The Bears should certainly look to tie him down to a new contract as soon as possible with his current deal expiring in 2023. 

Not only would that keep a quality player at the club for longer – it means anyone coming in for the Englishman would have to pay a far greater price, as the club run the risk of him leaving on a free at the end of next season.

In other Rangers news, a Premier League club wants to sign a Rangers mainstay with one big-money deal already done ahead of summer, according to a report.