RANGERS have announced that Wes Foderingham has extended his Ibrox deal to 2020.
The English goalkeeper put pen to paper on a one year extension, having made his 100th appearance for the club against Dundee at the start of the month.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) September 20, 2017
The 26-year-old had been linked with a reunion with Mark Warburton during the summer transfer window.
He was brought north by the now Nottingham Forest boss from Swindon Town at the start of Rangers’ Championship winning season.
He told Rangers TV: “If I am being totally honest I had options to leave this summer but in my mind I always wanted to stay at this football club, the club said they wanted to keep me here and I am pleased they did.”
Foderingham is expected to retake his place between the sticks in Saturday’s Old Firm match, with Jak Alnwick having been given the nod in last night’s League Cup quarter final against Partick Thistle.
Alnwick impressed with a number of fine saves, but insisted in a post match interview his main focus was getting a result for the team rather than making a claim for the number one jersey.
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