Cammy Bell made his return to action for Rangers’ Development squad this week after six months on the sidelines – and immediately pulled off penalty heroics.
The Gers number one was ruled out in September after dislocating his shoulder in training.
But he returned to training two weeks ago and he now looks to be back on top form after his first game in six months.
Rangers took on Inverness at Murray Park on Tuesday and fought to a 1-0 win thanks to Bell’s heroics:
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Bell believes he’s ready to get back among the first team action as Rangers prepare to take on Cowdenbeath this Saturday.
Steve Simonsen took over the gloves after Bell’s injury, but a ban saw him lose those to third-choice Lee Robinson.
So far it feels perfect, as good as it can be. I feel strong and ready to play. I wouldn’t have featured today if I wasn’t.
It’s up to the manager to be honest, but once you’ve played a game you want to be considered but it’s his decision and he’ll speak to the physios.
I’m ready to play whenever, but I understand why I’ve been held back for my own safety.
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