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20/04/2019 - 22:54 BST

I Need Another Good Week of Training – Rangers Star Bidding To Kick On

 




Rangers January transfer window recruit Matt Polster is keen to build on his first outing for the Gers by catching the eye in training.

Steven Gerrard snapped former Chicago Fire star Polster up in the January window, but the American has struggled with injury, meaning his first taste of action only came in Saturday's 3-1 win away at Hearts.




The 25-year-old was brought off the bench in the 87th minute at Tynecastle and is delighted to have made his bow for Rangers.

Polster now wants to catch the eye on the training pitch over the coming week as he looks to build on his outing at Hearts in the four remaining games of the Scottish Premiership campaign.
 


"It was only five minutes today but I feel comfortable and I managed to play a good ball into Glenn [Middleton]", Polster told Rangers TV.

"It was just good to get on the pitch and finally make my debut.
 


"I think I need another good week of training, I think that is what is going to show the staff that I want to keep pushing and I want moments like this to happen more often.

"I think everybody in the team wants to start and it is obviously tough when you have a huge squad but if I keep training well and show I am capable then I will get more chances"
, the American added.

Rangers are next in action at home against Aberdeen, while they then have games to come against Hibernian and Celtic, also at Ibrox, and away at Kilmarnock.