Sunderland goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin believes playing at the club has made it difficult for him to boost his international career in recent years.
McLaughlin made the switch from the Black Cats last week and signed a two-year deal with the Scottish Premiership and will be looking to get more game time in a bid to challenge himself further.
“I hope that it certainly helps that situation,” said McLaughlin, he told Rangers TV.
“It has been slightly difficult with the league situation down in England and hopefully this can further my reputation and help in terms of how it is viewed by Steve Clarke and the Scotland setup.”
“Hopefully I can bring my experience,” he said when asked about what he wishes to achieve at Rangers.
“The age I am at now, the number of games I have played, the level I have played at and the clubs I have played for have all helped me to become the goalkeeper that I am.
“I am still very hungry and feel that I am in a good position in my career. I still have a lot to give and a lot to offer, and hopefully, I can just come and help to improve the overall standard of the squad.”