Rangers manager Steven Gerrard was full of praise for midfielder Glen Kamara after his impressive display in the 3-0 win over St Johnstone last night.
The Finnish international put the Light Blues 2-0 up midway through the first half and played the full 90 minutes as he helped secure another three points. However, the 25-year-old was subbed at half-time during the 3-1 victory against Motherwell at the weekend, and Gerrard was pleased to see that he got a good reaction out of the player:
“Glen Kamara could have felt sorry for himself after what happened to him at the weekend, but he showed a fantastic attitude to come in and he was excellent over the 90 minutes alongside Davo [Steven Davis].”
Kamara hasn’t had that many poor performances this season, and he showed once again yesterday evening why he is such a key player for the Gers. A number of English clubs are reportedly keeping tabs on the midfielder and, while Gerrard has already said that no stars will be leaving in the January transfer window, the Scottish club may have to brace themselves for bids following his superb start to the season.