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17/07/2015 - 14:16 GMT

Rangers Youngster Happy To Learn From Right-Back Role

 




Rangers youngster Fraser Aird has looked at the positives of playing out of position against Ayr United in a pre-season friendly.

Aird, who is a midfielder by trade, was deployed in an unfamiliar right-back role in the Gers’ 2-0 win over Ayr United in a pre-season friendly at Murray Park on Wednesday.




And the 20-year-old is happy with his performance in a defensive shift, seeing it as a “good learning experience.”

Speaking to Rangers TV after the game, Aird said: “I thought I was good.

 


“I thought I had done alright; the gaffer was happy with me, that’s the main thing.

“That [playing right-back] was obviously different, but a good learning experience for myself."

Aird feels playing in different positions shows his versatility, and insists he can only learn from his experience of playing in different areas of the pitch.

“It just shows that I can play different positions on the park but it’s also a good learning curve for me.

“Seeing a different part of the pitch, I can only learn from it”,
he added.

Aird played 22 times for the Gers last season and scored two goals. He is a Scotland youth international and has represented his country at Under-17 and Under-19 levels.

The youngster, who has risen through the ranks with the Light Blues, bagged his club’s Young Player of the Year award in the 2013/14 season.