RANGERS midfielder Jamie Barjonas has committed his future to the club until the summer of 2020.

The 18-year-old broke into the Light Blues side last season and has made substitute appearances against Kilmarnock and Hearts this term.

Defender Aidan Wilson put pen-to-paper on a new deal last week and Barjonas is pleased to be able to follow in his footsteps.

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Evening Times: Jamie Barjonas in action for Rangers

He told RangersTV: “I’m delighted. I’ve been at the club for such a long time and from such a young age, so to be able to sign a new, two-year deal is a great feeling.

“I’m finally glad to put pen to paper. Training with the first team every day has been a step-up as the standards are higher and the demands are higher, but it is a lot better for my development.

“I can feel myself improving every day and I am delighted to be training with them every day. To get into squads and then to get onto the pitch is an add-on, and it’s great.

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“Playing with players such as Ryan Jack, Jason Holt and Graeme Dorrans – they have had a lot of experiences, like Graeme who has played in the Premier League.

“So being able to train with them every day and picking up on the certain things they have been doing in training is a great way for me as a young player to develop.”