Recently departed Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday has expressed his desire to make a return to the Ibrox Stadium next season.
Andy Halliday was one of the key figures in helping Rangers claim a commendable 3rd place finish in the Scottish Premier League last season and as a result, it has been a huge surprise to see the midfielder being allowed to leave the Ibrox Stadium to join Azerbaijani side Gabala FC this summer.
Halliday has made a move to Gabala on a season long loan deal but upon his unconventional switch, the 25-year-old has stated that he intends to make a move back to Rangers next season by impressing suring his time at Azerbaijan.
He said, “Hopefully if I do well over in Azerbaijan it will impress the manager enough to play my way into his plans for next year. I hope that it’s not the end of my Rangers career, but only time will tell. I worked very hard to get to Rangers so I certainly won’t be giving up on my place easily.
“Last season, my performances from January onwards were miles off it. But if I can re-find the form I showed in the first four or five months of the season then I believe I can force my way back into the manager’s plans.
“I’m first to admit my form wasn’t good enough in the second half of last season. But hopefully if I can find the form I know I’m capable of then I can fight my way back. If it’s up to me then my Rangers career isn’t over.”