Ianis Hagi has revealed he loves the pressure to perform that the Rangers fans put on him week in, week out. 

The Romania international joined Rangers on loan from Belgian side Genk in the January transfer window and earlier this week made the move permanent.  


Hagi impressed during his limited appearances for Rangers and did enough to convince manager Steven Gerrard to pull the trigger on an outright transfer.

He is now set for a season of high stakes at Ibrox as Rangers work overtime to stop Celtic winning another Scottish league title.

Hagi though is not daunted by what lies ahead and has admitted he likes the pressure that the Rangers fans put on him when he is in a light blue shirt.

"Not just the support they give us, but also the pressure they put on us – me personally, I just love it and it just gives me the adrenaline of just going day-in and day-out to train 100 per-cent, come into the games 100 per-cent and give everything I have on the field, so it has just taught me how you live for football", he told Rangers TV.

"It is perfect. I just can’t wait to meet them again and just feel that heartbeat again when I score or when the team wins.

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"I can’t wait for amazing things to happen this season", Hagi added.

The 21-year-old enjoyed seven outings in the Scottish Premiership with Rangers this season and found the back of the net once.