Rangers youngster James Graham insists the facilities on offer at the club are as good as anything Manchester United and Liverpool have to offer.
And he reckons the Rangers Training Centre can compete with anything on offer at the world’s top clubs.
Graham grew up as a Rangers fan and is thrilled to have sealed a move to his boyhood heroes as he tries to make a name for himself in the game.
He’s one of three exciting youngsters who joined the club in the summer, alongside Blackpool’s Tony Weston and Charlie Lindsay from Glentoran.
And he told the official Rangers website: “I’ve loved every minute of it so far.
“Signing for such a massive team like Rangers is a brilliant feeling. It is a dream come true to join and I hope to do myself and my family proud.
“The facilities at this club are brilliant. I’ve been to Liverpool and Manchester Utd on trial and the facilities here are right up there with the best teams in the world.
“Rangers is a massive club with a long history and I was delighted to join.
“The club has looked after me so well and I am settled now.
“It’s a dream to play for such a big club but to be a Rangers fan as well it gives you a wee bit extra. It is such a good feeling and I can’t wait for the season to begin.
“It has been an amazing move for me and it will only get better once we start the season properly. I can’t wait for it.
“Ross County helped me so much and I wouldn’t be a Rangers player without their help but the time was right for me to move on and develop at a great club like this.
“Short term I want to make myself a better player. I will work hard to get into the 18s team first of all. Obviously in the future I want to break into the Rangers first team and make a name for myself.”