Allan McGregor has signed a one-year contract extension at Rangers, committing his future to the club until the summer of 2022.
The experienced shot-stopper has made 37 appearances in all competitions so far this season and has played a crucial role in Rangers’ charge towards the Scottish Premiership title by keeping 16 clean sheets in the top-flight.
The 2020/21 crown has added to the three league titles, three Scottish Cups and five Scottish League Cups McGregor won during his first spell at Ibrox.
Next season will be the 13th in which the 39-year-old has represented the club, with his appearance total now standing on 416.
McGregor signed for the club in 1998 and made his senior debut in a Scottish Cup match against Forfar Athletic in 2002
Speaking after signing his new deal, McGregor said: “I didn’t really need convincing. It was more that my body felt okay and performances seemed okay, so why not?
“You get to love the place and you feel like it is your home.
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“You know everybody that works here – not that I didn’t at other places – but I just feel like it is my home and there is no other way to describe it.”
Manager Steven Gerrard said: “I am delighted to have secured the services of Allan for another season and he has been outstanding for me since I arrived in 2018.