The Northern Ireland internationalist has joined the Gers on a free transfer from Kilmarnock, where he played a key role in helping the Ayrshire club finish third in the Premiership last season under Steve Clarke – their highest top-flight finish since the 1960s.
However, now that the 24-year-old has finally checked-in at his new club, he is determined to prove he belongs in the iconic light blue jersey, and claims he won’t just be happy to be a squad player once the season gets up and running at the end of next month:
In the full interview, he told Rangers TV: “I’m absolutely over the moon, it’s a dream come true to finally be here.
“I’ve waited long enough for this day to finally come and like I say, I couldn’t be happier now I’m here.
“It was tough [waiting]. I haven’t really experienced anything like it before.
“I’ve just had to try and get my head down and concentrate on my football. I picked up a slight injury on my shoulder so I’ve had to get that sorted.
“It’s been a bit frustrating but the waiting is done now and I can’t wait to get going.”
Jones more than proved he’s capable of playing at the top end of the Premiership during his spell at Rugby Park, but do you think he’ll have what it takes to be a success at Rangers?
And is he the right kind of signing Steven Gerrard’s side should be making in order to overhaul Celtic next season?
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