Kelly hardly featured for the Gers in the first half of the campaign and subsequently made the move to Salford in January in search of game-time.


At the Ammies, the young midfielder has impressed and is helping the side to a promotion charge, with Salford sitting two points below the final League Two playoff spot.



Kelly has no doubt that his experience down south is only going to improve him as a player and he will come back to Ibrox in better shape than when he left.


The midfielder revealed that with the Ammies he is learning to adjust better to the physical aspect of the game and he feels getting minutes regularly will naturally help him become better.



Speaking to RangersTV, Kelly said: “Coming here it’s going to improve me as a player when I go back and hopefully I can just keep getting good performances and good results.


“I have just been adapting to the more physical side of the game, second balls and stuff, and maybe reading the game a bit better.



“Obviously the more games you play it comes hand-in-hand with that but I just think taking a wee bit from each game and training can help me along.”


Kelly has already gone on two previous loan spells, but they did not result in him breaking into the senior team and he will be hoping that the current one leads to him doing just that.