Rangers custodian Allan McGregor believes there are good young goalkeepers progressing through the Gers academy at the moment.

The Light Blues currently have Wes Foderingham challenging McGregor for a first team place, but the likes of Aiden Wilson and Kieran Wright have been impressive for the youth teams.

McGregor, who signed for Rangers in the summer from Hull City, has had a consistent season and has helped the Gers close the gap on Celtic.

The 36-year old is still at the top of his game and not looking like making way betwen the sticks, but has lauded Rangers’ goalkeeper coach Colin Stewart for the work he is doing with the younger goalkeepers at the club.

“There is [talent in the youth ranks]. Aiden and Kieran as well”, McGregor said in an interview with Rangers TV.

“I’m sure that Colin [Stewart] has worked with them as well.

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“He's worked with them before.

"So there’s some good quality coming through.”

McGregor has been trusted in the big games for the Gers this term, and has kept seven clean sheets for Steven Gerrard’s side.

The 36-year old’s impressive form has restricted Foderingham to just four appearances in all competitions so far this season.