Rangers midfielder Steven Davis is predicting “exciting times” ahead after Michael Beale returned to the club as manager.
The former QPR boss took charge at Ibrox on Monday, just one year on from his departure as first-team coach when he moved with Steven Gerrard to Aston Villa.
Beale succeeds Giovanni van Bronckhorst, who was sacked last week, and Davis told Sky Sports News the 42-year-old was straight to work on the training ground.
“The first couple of days have been bright and he’s already spoken about how he wants the team to look,” he said. “It’s exciting times.
“Having worked with him before, a lot of the group know he’ll be very clear in terms of his ideas and every session will be built around how he wants us to play.