Lee McCulloch has praised Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield in The Glasgow Evening Times.
The former Rangers star, who was on the books of the Gers from 2007 unto 2015, has outlined how Arfield is a unique footballer.
McCulloch wrote in The Glasgow Evening Times: “Some of the signings last summer haven’t worked out, but look at guys like Scott Arfield and the impact he has made this season.
“He is a midfielder that is a dying breed in the game in Scotland because he is able to get beyond the striker and score goals coming from the middle of the park.”
Brilliant signing for Rangers
Arfield joined Rangers in the summer of 2018 on a free transfer after leaving Burnley in the Premier League at the end of the 2017-18 campaign.
The Canada international midfielder has proved to be a brilliant acquisition for the Gers and has been arguably their most consistent outfield player.
According to WhoScored, the 30-year-old has made 28 starts and one substitute appearance in the Scottish Premiership for Rangers this season, scoring 11 goals in the process.
Arfield also scored one goal in five Europa League matches, and played in two Scottish League Cup games and four Scottish Cup ties for Rangers this campaign, according to WhoScored, according to WhoScored.
Rangers have secured the runners-up spot in the Scottish Premiership table this season and will be aiming to give Celtic a run for their money next season.