KYLE HUTTON KEEN TO MAKE IMPACT
Kyle Hutton is desperate to return to Rangers to kick-start his Ibrox career.
The 21-year midfielder, a product of the Light Blues' youth system, spent the first-half of the season with Irn-Bru First Division club Partick Thistle before joining Dunfermline in January.
Hutton impressed during his spell at East End Park but could not prevent the Pars being relegated out of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
Nevertheless, he insists his time in Fife was well spent and he cannot wait to get back to Govan to put his experience to good use.
Hutton, who has two years left on his contract at Rangers, said: "I will need to phone the gaffer (Ally McCoist) and see what the plans are for me during the summer but I actually want to get back to Rangers now, get my head down and go for a place in the team.
"I am excited and really keen to get back there. The whole reason I went out on loan was to get SPL experience and I got that at Dunfermline and enjoyed my time there.
"I had a loan spell at Thistle but there is a step-up to the SPL.
"Getting that experience was really great for me, I matured as a player on and off the park and the most beneficial thing for me was playing under pressure.
"It is a different type of pressure playing for Dunfermline than playing for Rangers.
"At Rangers you need to win or are expected to win every game but at Dunfermline there were guys' jobs on the line and before kick-off you could see the nerves kicking in.
"But I showed I can do it in the SPL and hopefully that stands me in good stead.
"My aim now is to go back to Rangers and kick-on."
Hutton watched with interest over the weekend as a consortium headed by former Sheffield United chief executive Charles Green agreed a deal to buy the Ibrox club.
Green aims to take Rangers out of administration through a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) by early July with his group pledging £8.5million for creditors.
If the CVA is rejected, the group will push through a 'newco' route and while the implications of that option are still unknown, Hutton remains focused on playing matters.
"I am waiting to see what happens," said the Scotland under-21 cap.
"The new owner, if that is what is going to happen, comes as a relief because Rangers need it.
"I don't know what will happen with players coming or going but nothing changes for me.
"I will be going back to work hard and try to get a place in team."
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