Ross McCrorie has said that he is happy with his development under Steven Gerrard.
The player has been struggling to cement his place in the side after being handed seven starts so far this season.
Rangers ace Ross McCrorie has said that he is happy with the development he is experiencing under the tutelage of Steven Gerrard. The 20-year-old midfield ace has been in and out of the side and is in the hunt to cement his place in the starting lineup. The player has been handed seven starts in total so far.
Answering the question about how the season has gone so far for him, the player said, “It’s been quite up and down to be honest. I think I’ve played 14 or 15 games. Last season, I played 24 games all in so it’s been up and down but recently I have been involved, so hopefully that continues. The manager has been great with me. He knows I am young, he’s protecting me and he’s developing me in the way he wants me to be. Whatever the manager says I am fine with that.”
He was full of praise for Gerrard as he said, “The gaffer has been one of the best players in the world, one of the best players of his generation to be honest, so I take all the little bits of information he feeds to me and that can only improve my game.”