RYAN Kent admits he and Rangers still have work to do but was thrilled with his Gers debut in a hard fought 1-0 away win against NK Osijek.

The Light Blues got the bragging right in the first leg of the second round qualifier for the Europa League as Kent started for the first time.

The winger only joined the club four days ago and it has been a whirlwind start with his registration only coming through to play in the European competition on Wednesday afternoon.

Speaking to RangersTV he said:

It was a great feeling to make my debut for Rangers, it was a difficult game but I think the boys put in a good shift and saw the game out. We have that result to take home now.

“The ball came over from one of the centre-backs and I managed to take it down, go inside and got a shot away but unfortunately it didn’t go in.

“I think I can build on that performance, there were moments in the game which I wasn’t happy with and moments where I was.

“It was my first 90 minutes for a while so I have got that out the way now and can push on.

“I am feeling fitter and fitter as pre-season is progressing and we are coming up to the season now and I’ll be up to speed. I am glad I have got the blow of the first 90 minutes out the way.

“These games are difficult to get the best performances out but we came here and got the result.”

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