Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrall is seen by some supporters as a future captain of the club.
The 22-year-old is currently thriving during a loan spell with Scottish giants Rangers, where he has become a regular in the first-team.
Boss Steven Gerrard has given Worrall a tremendous opportunity and Forest fans will hope that he returns in the summer as a better defender.
The academy graduate played the full 90 minutes last night as Rangers won 4-2 at Aberdeen.
Worrall is learning with every game and although he has made mistakes it is fair to say he is improving.
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Former boss Aitor Karanka felt that his development was best served by playing regular football; which he didn’t feel was possible at the City Ground.
Worrall is benefiting from playing in front of big crowds and has also tasted life playing European football.
What does the future hold?
It remains to be seen what the future holds for the Forest man.
As a boyhood supporter of the Reds, he will be desperate to earn another crack at the first-team.
Worrall already has in excess of 50 Championship appearances under his belt and next season could be a big one.
The strapping central defender has all the attributes to become a solid Championship defender and it is all about him fulfilling the potential now.
Rangers fans took to Twitter last night following their win over the Dons; with most extremely positive about Worrall’s latest showing.
Seat Pitch looked at what supporters were saying about the on-loan Forest defender.