Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has spoken highly of his Ibrox teammate Steven Davis to The Daily Record.
Kamara, who joined Rangers from Dundee in January 2019 for a transfer fee reported by The Scottish Sun to be worth £50,000, has said that he is learning from Davis.
The 34-year-old Northern Ireland international midfielder joined Rangers on a permanent contract in the summer transfer window after spending the second half of last season on loan at Ibrox from Southampton.
Kamara told the Daily Record: “Steven has been great for me. You learn a lot from just watching him in training or games.
“His experience, movement and intelligence are all there for all to see.
“He has been great since he came into the club and the good thing is he is so experienced having played at the top level.”
Both Kamara and Davis are important players for Rangers, and both the players are doing well for the Gers at the moment.
Steven Gerrard’s side are going strong both in the Scottish Premiership and in the Europa League at the moment, and there is a very good chance that they will have a very successful season in the end.
The Gers are level on points with bitter Old Firm rivals Celtic in the league table, and are also in a great position to book their place in the knockout rounds of the Europa League.