Ryan Jack says he is now keen to start winning trophies at Rangers after putting pen to paper to a new contract at Ibrox. 

Jack has agreed a stay with the Gers until the summer of 2021; he initially joined from Aberdeen in 2017 after making 250 appearances for the Pittodrie club.

He has been praised for his performances for Rangers this term and is highly rated by boss Steven Gerrard.

At the age of 26, Jack is confident his best years are now coming firmly into view and he is relishing the chance to improve and kick on.

The midfielder said on Rangers TV: "I think I'm at a good stage, I'm at a good age where hopefully I can start getting the very best out of myself."

Jack also wants to be part of a Rangers team winning silverware on a regular basis and admits that was a big reason he agreed to sign a new deal.

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"Hopefully as a team we can start pushing each other and start getting trophies back to this club, and obviously that's a big factor in me signing a new extension as well.

"It's all positive and this season has gone great so far, and we just want to keep that going", Jack added.

The midfielder has made 24 appearances under Gerrard in the current campaign and has enjoyed European football, with Rangers' run to the group stage of the Europa League.

Rangers are now in the thick of a hectic period of games and will face rivals Celtic on 29th December.