RANGERS boss Mark Warburton gave another ringing endorsement to Frank McParland following speculation the club’s head of recruitment was poised to quit.
With Rangers 27 points behind Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic, it was reported McParland was considering his future due to unhappiness over his signings record and a lack of resources.
McParland, who was with Warburton at Brentford, is currently on holiday in Dubai but ahead of the William Hill Scottish Cup fifth-round tie against Morton on Sunday, Warburton said: “I’ve said time and again – his track record is outstanding.
“The latest one is Scott Hogan going to Villa (from Brentford), another gem, one of many that Frank McParland has signed.
“There would be no shortage of takers for someone of his quality.
“We are lucky to have him. He is one of the very best at what he does.
“He is head of our recruitment. It was a mischievous story and where it emanated from I have no idea.
“He is travelling again to look at players next week, he is as busy as ever.”
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