Rangers youngster Ross McCrorie says that Gers boss Steven Gerrard has been superb with him and insists he is trying to soak up every bit of advice he can from one of the legends of the game. 

Gerrard has been careful with McCrorie since he took charge at Ibrox, removing the 20-year-old from a central defensive position and deploying him in midfield.

McCrorie clocked just five minutes of football throughout October and November, but has started in the Gers' last two matches, against Rapid Vienna and Hamilton, respectively.

The Gers youngster is full of praise for how Gerrard is handling his development and says he is trying to soak up all the advice and tips from the boss

"Right now, I feel I'm a far better player than I was this time last year", McCrorie was quoted as saying by the BBC.

"With all the pointers they have given me, I feel a lot more rounded as a player.

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"The manager has been great with me.

"He knows I'm young and he wants to develop me into the way he wants me to be, so whatever the manager says then I'm fine with that.

"The gaffer has been one of the best players in the world and one of the best of his generation.

"If I can take little bits of information he feeds down to me then I can improve my game", he added.

Rangers currently sit top of the Scottish Premiership table, ahead of second placed Kilmarnock on goal difference, and are next in action on Wednesday night at Hibernian.