Jak Alnwick insists he is ready to push Wes Foderingham all the way in the contest to be Rangers’ first-choice goalkeeper.
The 23-year-old signed a three-and-a-half year deal on Monday night after completing a £250,000 move from Port Vale, a switch that will allow Wigan target Matt Gilks to leave Ibrox.
Alnwick views the transfer as a significant step forward in his career and is prepared for a tough battle with current No 1 Foderingham.
Jak Alnwick holds a Rangers scarf after a signing a deal to join the Scottish giants this week
‘I am going to come in and work as hard as I can,’ he said. ‘I’ve been through it all – both the highs and the lows from playing Premier League and then having to go down to down to League One and make a name for myself again.
‘What I will do is work hard and push Wes as much as I can and see where that takes me. I’ll give everything I…