Former Rangers playmaker Alejandro Bedoya believes that the addition of his countryman Emerson Hyndman to Mark Warburton's team will make the Gers stronger.
The Gers made the 20-year-old their first signing of the January transfer window after he put pen-to-paper on a six-month loan deal from Premier League outfit Bournemouth.
Bedoya, who has shared a dressing room with Hyndman while playing for his country, insists that his countryman is a player with a lot of talent and will be able to give the team that much needed depth in midfield, which they have missed since Niko Kranjcar’s season-ending injury back in November.
The 29-year-old also took time to express his hope of seeing Rangers manage more goals with the arrival of Hyndman at Ibrox.
“I fully believe he cannot only add to what Rangers have got but make them stronger", Bedoya was quoted as saying by the Herald Scotland.
"He has that great ability to work in tight spaces in the midfield area and can turn defence into attack in a heartbeat.
“I think he will help Rangers score more goals in the second half of the season and that will obviously be good for the team.
"I still follow what’s happening at Ibrox although I don’t have the opportunity to see many of the matches these days.
“I know they have been lacking a bit of creativity since the injury to Niko Kranjcar and I reckon Emerson can help solve that problem.
"I’m really pleased for Emerson that he has gone to Rangers because it could be such a beneficial step for his career."
Hyndman, who joined Bournemouth from Fulham in June last year, has managed just three appearances for the club so far and is hoping to play more first-team games while on loan in Scotland.