YOUNGSTER Marcin Brzozowski is ready to try and impress new manager Mark Warburton once pre-season kicks off.
The goalkeeper – who first joined Rangers at the age of 11 – put pen to paper on a one-year contract extension on Tuesday morning.
And now the stopper is counting down the days until the start of pre-season and says he is looking forward to getting back to work with the club’s senior goalkeepers.
“There are lots of great goalkeepers here, with Joe [Lumley] and Matt [Ingram], and I’m really able to learn a lot from them,” the 20-year-old said.
“I know Joe really well and I learn from him every day when we train together. He’s a really nice guy, a nice person to be around and a great goalkeeper. Training with him and Matt gives me the perfect opportunity to learn.”
Brzozowski has enjoyed loan spells at Harlow Town and Ashford Town in the last two seasons and he is eager to keep bettering himself.
He said: “I want to keep getting more experience of men’s football by training with the first team; I want to improve myself every day and that will be my main focus next season.
“In training, once pre-season begins, I’ll be working so hard to try and impress the new gaffer and make a good first impression.”