Rangers forward Andy Dallas reckons he's open to another loan move if it will bring him closer to starring in the Ibrox first team.

Dallas spent a portion of last season in Greenock after then-Morton boss Jonatan Johansson brought him in to strengthen Ton's attacking options.

The 19-year-old didn't quite hit the form he'd hoped for at Cappielow but has told how he'd welcome another move.

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Having played a number of times for the Light Blues' youth teams, Dallas has earned experience - and goals - against younger players.

But he insists the step up in quality makes a loan deal a no-brainer as it makes players better.

He said: "At the moment I'm back at Rangers and I'll see what the plan is for me.

"I'll have a sit down with the coaches and have a good think.

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"I feel like the loan option is a good one for younger players like myself because the gap between reserve and first team football is massive."

Dallas has big plans at Ibrox and hopes to become a Gers stalwart in the future.

And with the likes of Jermain Defoe and Alfredo Morelos to train and work alongside, the attacker claims he can learn from the big guns of the team as he hopes to one day play in the Champions League under the big lights.

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He added: "Jermain Defoe is an experienced head and learning from him is exciting.

"I remember when Niko Kranjcar was in as well, he used to tell stories and it's any young boy's dream to go play Champions League like these guys.

"It would be perfect to do it at Rangers but both these guys have did it before at Spurs as well.

"I remember I'd go to European nights at Ibrox as a fan - and they're unbelievable."