Willie Miller has told The Scottish Sun that he wishes Rangers defensive midfielder Ryan Jack was still at Aberdeen.
The former Aberdeen and Scotland central defender, who is 64 years of age, has raved about Jack, and he wished that Rangers star was still at his ex-club.
Miller told The Scottish Sun about Jack: “Ryan’s going from strength to strength and I’m so pleased for him. He’s a good boy and I also know his family well. I only wish he was still at Aberdeen.
“It was a massive disappointment to see him leave for Rangers in 2017 after his years of development at Pittodrie.”
Jack has had injury problems during his time at Rangers, but there is no doubt that the 27-year-old defensive midfielder is an important player in Steven Gerrard’ side.
With Rangers aiming to challenge bitter Old Firm rivals Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title this season, the 27-year-old will play a key role for the Gers.
Given his extensive experience in the Scottish Premiership, the Scotland international is a prized asset for Rangers.
Rangers have made a strong start to the 2019-20 campaign campaign and have won both of their Scottish Premiership games.
The Gers have also done well in the Europa League qualifiers, and, just like last season, they could progress to the group stage this campaign.