Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack has admitted that learning from Steven Gerrard and Gary McAllister is a big reason why he has extended his contract with the Gers.

Jack signed a contract extension that will keep him at Rangers until 2021 on Friday, committing his future to the club.

The midfielder has featured 12 times for the Gers in the Scottish Premiership this season and has started nine times.

Jack joined Rangers in the summer of 2017 on a free transfer after his contract with Aberdeen came to an end, and had initially signed a three-year deal with the Gers that would have kept him at Ibrox until 2020.

The former Aberdeen midfielder has admitted that staying at the club was a no-brainer, as he looks to continue to learn from two former midfielders who were considered to be greats of the game.

“For me, I’m learning from the two of the best midfielders that played the game at the highest level, so for me, it was a no brainer.

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“Whatever they have said about the club and about what’s coming for the club it’s all been good and positive.

"So I’m just looking forward to what the future holds”, Jack told Rangers TV.

Jack has made the starting line-up in each of Rangers’ last four league games and will hope to play a part when the Gers take on St. Johnstone on Sunday.