Harry Forrester has identified his maiden strike for Rangers against St. Mirren as his favourite goal in a Gers shirt so far.

The winger, who joined Rangers on an initial six-month deal during the last winter transfer window, scored the winner against St. Mirren after coming off the bench, with the match ending 1-0 in favour of the Ibrox outfit in late February.

Forrester scored a total of four goals in 11 league games last season as Rangers went on to win the Scottish Championship title and earn promotion back to the top flight.

The 25-year-old’s displays in the 2015/16 campaign prompted Rangers to hand him a new three-year deal in April.

Forrester has been in good form this season too, with the former Aston Villa youth product scoring twice in three Scottish Premiership outings, including strikes against Dundee and Motherwell.


And the player explained that although he holds his strike against Dundee close to his heart, his favourite goal for Rangers remains his maiden goal for the club.

“It’s hard between the Dundee one and my first”, Forrester told Rangers TV, when asked about his favourite goal for the club.

“But I think my first one takes it.

"There was not a lot of pressure on me, it was pressure from myself to score and to get it so late on.

“I think that weekend Hibs dropped points and we more or less did it.

"It was a big goal and one of my best moments.”