EROS Grezda says he will give his all if he is handed his Rangers debut by Steven Gerrard this weekend.

The Albanian is yet to play for the Gers after arriving from NK Osijek last month; he had surgery on his ankle in June and says he is nearly one hundred percent fit.

Gerrard told the media today that he was looking to involve the winger against Dundee as the Light Blues return to domestic action following the international break.

The 23-year-old has linked back up with former teammate Borna Barisic in Glasgow and admits he also sought the advice of former opponent in the Croatian Prva HNL, Nikola Katic.

Speaking to the media at the Hummel Training Centre Grezda said: “I have been here about two weeks now and I am really happy to be here. All the staff are very professional and I am working very well with them and with the team too.

“I like working with the lads, they have been really welcoming and I have been enjoying playing with them.

“When I first came here I spoke to Borna and Nikola and asked them everything. It is a big difference for me moving here from Croatia to the UK.

“I think they have both really helped me in my first few days here, now I am getting used to be here and it is ok.

“Like the manager said I am nearly there with my fitness but I am working very hard to come back so I hope tomorrow that I can be a substitute.

“I will give my best, I am doing my job and the staff are doing their job to get me back playing.”

The forward was helping the Rangers Charity Foundation promote its flagship fundraising event of the year, the ‘Believe in Magic’ Charity Ball, which will be held on Saturday 27 October at the Hilton Glasgow.

International stage mentalist Colin Cloud will wow the audience at this year’s event with his incredible forensic mind-reading skills, and of course there will be fantastic food, drinks, dancing and entertainment.

The Ball raises funds for the Foundation’s partnerships with charities such as Unicef, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland and the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, as well as the Foundation’s own work in the community in areas including employability, health, diversity and inclusion and education.

Tickets cost £110 per person (minimum booking two places on a shared table basis) or £1100 for a table of 10 and include a drinks reception, four course dinner with wine, entertainment, complimentary gift and an event programme.

Tickets can be booked by calling the Foundation on 0141 580 8775 or by emailing [email protected] 

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