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13/09/2017 - 14:17 GMT

I Know He’s Waiting – Rangers Defender Prepared To Meet Competition For Place Head On

 




Rangers captain Lee Wallace is pleased to have Declan John breathing down his neck for a place in the starting eleven this season.

The full-back has been a mainstay for Rangers through the divisions since his arrival in 2011 and has remained a key player even under the tutelage of Pedro Caixinha, who oversaw an overhaul of the squad in the summer.




Caixinha has been keen to have more than one option for each position in his team and signed John on loan from Cardiff City on deadline day in the recently concluded summer transfer window.

Wallace is aware that the Welshman wants to play regular football in order to return to the national team set-up and is more than willing to have him compete for his place in the team.

 


The defender stressed that regardless of competition, it is up to the individual to maintain his standards of his performances and remain consistent to hold on to his position in the team.  

Wallace said in a press conference: “He is a bright young player, he wants to play football and had aspirations to get back in the Wales team which is great.

“You know there is someone hanging over your shoulder waiting to come in which is great for the team and motivates you.

“It is down to an individual to have your own motivation and standards irrespective of having direct competition.

“That won't change now.”