Three reasons Rangers must sign St Mirren’s Lewis Morgan this January
He’s in blistering form
Although he was involved in first team action for the Buddies in the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons, it was only last year that the young attacking midfielder really rose to prominence at St Mirren.
Incoming manager Jack Ross unlocked his potential and in the second half of last season, the midfielder really hit his stride, scoring four goals and providing four assists in the Scottish Championship, helping the Paisley side make an unlikely escape from what seemed liked certain relegation.
Since then he’s only improved and this terms he’s having his best season yet, already netting eight times in all competitions and providing a further four assists.
Crucially for Rangers, his best position is on the left flank which is an area of the pitch they could do with significant improvement in.
The Scottish Premiership may be a step up from his current level, but he’s shown he can perform consistently in a winning side, in a position Pedro Caixinha needs to strengthen.