Rangers attacking midfielder Alex Lowry says he was delighted to spend six months under the tutelage of Aaron Ramsey.
The former Arsenal player joined the Gers on loan in the January transfer window and, while his time with the Scottish club will be clouded by his crucial penalty miss in the Europa League final, Lowry could not be more complimentary about the time he spent with him:
“At Rangers, Aaron was amazing to learn from. He has played at such a high level throughout his career. To learn from him was amazing. It was great to learn too from Joe Aribo and Ryan Kent, to name a few, in my position. Learning from them has been so good for me. I’ve picked up lots of small things that make a massive difference.”
“Aaron was great with a lot of the younger boys who came up. He spoke to me a lot and all the rest of the younger players were just watching him, just the way he conducted himself and how good he was in training. You were like, ‘Wow, he is a top player.’ Taking stuff from his game and trying to put it in my own was great for me.”
While Ramsey has now returned to Juventus, Lowry will be looking to kick on and become a regular fixture in Rangers’ first-team setup next season.
The 18-year-old impressed during the appearances he made last campaign, racking up two goals and two assists in seven games. Fans have been predicting that Lowry will make an even greater impact if and when he is given more starts by manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst. He seems poised to make a name for himself at Ibrox in the next few years.