Young Rangers star Alex Lowry has signed a new contract with the club.
The 18-year-old has been linked with an exit in recent months but will now stay until at least 2025.
Midfielder Lowry has impressed when given game time as well as being one of the main stars of the B team playing in the Lowland League.
And Giovanni van Bronckhorst clearly sees him as an option for the first team going forward after four appearances this season.
Lowry told the Rangers website : “I want to thank Ross Wilson, Craig Mulholland and the boss for giving me the chance and for showing faith in me.
“I can only thank them and hopefully I can repay them by kicking on now and getting more and more games and good performances under my belt for this great club.”
Sporting director Ross Wilson said: “Alex has progressed really well across the season and we are pleased to have rewarded his development with this contract extension.
“Alex is part of an exciting group of young players who we have progressed to the first-team group from the Academy.
“He has already shown our fans moments of what he can do and we are sure there will be more of them to enjoy in the future as he continues to work hard on all aspect of his development.