ROBBY McCRORIE is targeting a loan move next season as he aims to continue his development as a goalkeeper.
The 19 year-old stopper is currently on international duty as Scotland’s under-19s attempt to qualify for the European Championships at that age group, but he caught up with RangersTV.tv last week as he and twin brother Ross promoted the Rangers Lotto’s £25,000 jackpot which must be won by the end of the month.
And, while he has his eyes set on playing football away from Ibrox on a temporary basis, he thoroughly enjoyed being a part of training under new gaffer Pedro Caixinha and goalkeeping coach Jose Belman.
He explained: “It’s was a really good week, and really interesting. For all the players, it’s a clean slate and a chance for everyone to impress. I’m really looking forward to the up and coming weeks to impress the new manager.
“I’ve sat with the coaching staff – Craig Mulholland and Colin Stewart – and we’ve spoken about that [a loan]. Hopefully by the end of the season they will have plans in place for me to go out on loan for the whole season, and I’m looking forward to that.”
At under-20 level, McCrorie has a Youth Cup final to look forward to against either Motherwell or Celtic having been a part of the side which defeated Kilmarnock last Sunday in the semi-final.
McCrorie isn’t bothered who Gers face in the final, but regardless, he can’t wait to run out and attempt to win some silverware.
He continued: “The whole team collectively played really well, and we deserved to get through. We have a final to look forward to next month now, and it’s something for the boys to work towards and be ready for it coming.
“We’ll see who we get in the coming weeks, but for us, we just need to believe in ourselves and as long as we have that belief, I am more than confident we can go on and do a job.”