SEAN Goss says he was “buzzing” to make his Rangers debut after playing the first-half of the Light Blues Florida Cup win over Atletico Mineiro.
The 22-year-old controlled the game from the centre of midfield as a Josh Windass goal in the 68th minute of the game defeated the Brazilian side.
Goss joined on loan from QPR just last week and believes he has the potential to be a regular started for the Gers – he partnered Jason Holt in a 4-2-3-1 formation.
Speaking to RangersTV at the Orlando City Stadium he smiled:
“It was a good debut, I was buzzing to be out there, it is my first game in quite a while so I will just be looking to build on that in the coming weeks.
“I thought I did okay; I tried to get onto the ball as much as I can and start play off from the back.
“It was my first game, as I said, so I am looking to improve on my performance tonight as much as I can.
“It is a big deal, you want to get off to a good start at a new club so you’re thinking about that beforehand but I just tried to focus on my game and what I can do best – hopefully I showed glimpses of that today.
“I would like to hope I can get a spot in the starting XI, I felt like we had good balance in the middle tonight so hopefully we can now take that into the league games when we get back to Scotland.”
Goss has joined the Gers until the end of the season and admits he timed his move perfectly with Graeme Murty’s side travelling Stateside for training and the tournament.
He continued: “Coming into a new group is always daunting at first but it was a great time to start with coming away to America.
“All the boys seem to get a lot closer when you come away so it was perfect timing for me to join and get to know everyone.”