I FIRST came across new Rangers signing Jordan Jones back in 2016 when I was assistant manager at Kilmarnock and he came in to Rugby Park on trial.

We signed him and after we went through a little bit of a rough patch I took over as interim manager.

He hasn’t looked back from that moment on. I think he gained the little bit of confidence that he needed and realised what he has to bring to the table.

He is still a young man, he is going to make mistakes, but I think he is a fantastic signing for the future of the Ibrox club.

To get a guy like that for free is a great bit of business as far as I’m concerned.

It might take a bit of time for Jordan to get used to the demands of playing for a club the size of Rangers, but once he does there will be no looking back for him.

Jordan is very quick, lightning quick. He is direct. On his day, there isn’t a right back in Scotland who can deal with him.

Hopefully he will get a good pre-season under his belt in the summer, hit the ground running and live up to his enormous potential.

If he does that he could conceivably be sold on for a big profit to an English club in future.

I think he is good enough to kick on and move to a higher level in future.

But he has to stay focused, not get carried away with the move and continue to live his life right

I have watched Glen Kamara a great deal too. He is a quick midfielder who can handle the ball. He keeps thing simple and can get about the park too.

If he comes in and adds goals to his game he will be a fantastic signing. There was a bit of interest in Glen from clubs down south so to get him for free as well is a coup. It is a great bit of business.

I think both of the guys who Rangers have brought on board on pre-contract agreements will improve the side in the 2019/20 campaign.