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05/01/2017 - 13:39 GMT

He’d Suit My Game – Former Rangers Winger Picks Current Gers Star He’d Have Relished Playing With

 




Rangers legend Peter Lovenkrands has revealed that he would most like to play alongside Lee Wallace from the present Gers squad.

Wallace, who joined Rangers from Hearts in the summer of 2011, has been in fine form in the present campaign.




Besides providing solidity to his side’s defence, the left-back has also managed to score once and provide six assists in 24 appearances in all competitions this season.

And Lovenkrands explained that as he was mostly deployed as a left-sided winger during his time at Rangers between 2000 and 2006, he would have relished playing just ahead of Wallace.

 


“I would probably say somebody like Lee Wallace I think”, he told Rangers TV, when asked which player from the current squad he would most like to play alongside.

“Just because I was used as a left winger, so having him behind me would suit me probably really well.”

Wallace, whose present contract with Rangers runs until the summer of 2019, played a key role in helping the Light Blues return to the Scottish Premiership after a gap of four years.

The 29-year-old is the current Rangers skipper, with the experienced defender also having seven senior caps for Scotland to his name.