DANNY WILSON is confident Ross McCrorie can continue to go from strength to strength at Ibrox this term.

And the defender hopes he will get the chance to continue partnering the 19-year-old at the heart of the Light Blues defence.

The pair have helped Graeme Murty’s side to wins over Hearts and Partick Thistle in recent days as Rangers have bounced back from the sacking of boss Pedro Caixinha.

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And Wilson is impressed with the way that McCrorie has adapted to life in the Ibrox first team so far this season.

He said: “It depends on who the manager is or if he sticks with it. If he does then I’d be delighted.

“I think we do complement each other well. When the last manager worked on shape myself and Ross were in the same team together with Fabio (Cardoso) and Bruno (Alves) in the other.

“We have worked a lot on the training ground and that has maybe shown in the games when we have struck up a decent partnership.

“I like Ross too – he’s a good young player and it’s nice to play alongside him helping him as much as he’s helped me.

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“The important thing with Ross is that he’s done well. Every young player will have good and bad days. But he’s level headed and whatever gets thrown at him he’ll react well.

“As players around him we have to make sure we’re doing what we can to help him along.

“You can’t say look out for this or that. Everyone is different.

“He’s come in and performed well when we’ve had injury and suspensions and long may that continue.”