ALLAN MCGREGOR was awarded the John Greig Achievement award for his performances for the team this season.
The Gers number one was picked by the Rangers Honorary Life President as the player he felt who had made an outstanding contribution to the club during 2018/19.
Speaking to RangersTV after winning the award at tonight’s Player of the Year awards, McGregor said: “It means a lot to have won this award. I’ve known him for a long time, since I was a young boy.
“He’s been about the place since I was a young boy and he’s still here now. I always see him after the games.
“I call him ‘ledge’ because he is a legend and it means the world to me that he’s picked me for this award.”
When asked what advice Greig had given him throughout his two spells at the club, McGregor smiled: “I’m not sure what advice he’s given me, he’s always told me about how good he was as a football player though!”
McGregor joined the club from Hull in the summer for a second spell as the Rangers number one and he says that he has one thing on his mind, getting back to winning trophies.
He said: “I’d like to think that I’ve had an impact on the team since I’ve come back. I want to win, that’s the bottom line to me.
“If I throw in two goals, but we win the match 3-2, I’m the happiest guy in the world because it means more to me that the team wins.
“If we win and I have a bad game, I’m not caring too much. I just want us to go places as a team and for us to win. Hopefully that will come, but we just need to be more consistent.”