According to Football Insider, Rangers coaching staff are excited about Aaron Lyall.
It has been reported that the 16-year-old forward has impressed the Rangers coaching staff and has made impressive strides this year.
The report has claimed that Rangers academy chief Craig Mulholland and Under-20 manager Graeme Murty have high hopes of the youngster.
Lyall is a very talented and promising young forward who can be a star for Rangers in the coming years.
The 16-year-old is progressing well in the Rangers academy, and the teenager could get a chance in the first team in the next two or three years.
What is important right now is Lyall working hard and doing his best to develop and progress.
Meanwhile, the Rangers first team under manager Steven Gerrard are doing extremely well.
The Gers are in a very good position to progress to the knockout round of the Europa League, and are also two points clear of second-placed and bitter Old Firm rivals Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership table.