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Connor Barron has Rangers trophies in sight as he rubbishes suggestion Serie A snub lacks ambition

Connor Barron has watched his old Aberdeen mucker Lewis Ferguson blossom into a Serie A superstar after swapping the Reds for the 'Red City' of Bologna.

But don't suggest for a second that Barron's decision not to follow a similar path and instead sign for Rangers lacks courage. The 21-year-old argues it’s entirely the opposite. It’s trophies and honours that the midfield dynamo has in his sights as he gears up for a fresh start after seven years at his hometown Dons.

Barron had heavy interest from Bologna boss Vincenzo Italiano and a concrete offer from Hellas Verona - where Scotland U21 team mates Josh Doig launched a fresh start two years ago - was also on the table. A clutch of Championship sides south of the border were set to hand him a move out of Scotland too.

But as he spoke to the media for the first time as a Rangers player he shot down suggestions the move lacks ambition. Barron said: “I don’t see that at all. My football does the talking. My job is being a Rangers player, being successful here and that’s it. I don’t think any player comes to Rangers that doesn’t want to win trophies. That’s what this club is all about.

“If you don’t have that ambition there’s no point being here. The ambition is to win trophies and if we don’t we get judged on that. So that’s why any player comes here and that’s he expectation of the club.

“There were a lot of factors that made me choose to come here. It is such a big club, with great people, great staff and a great following. The decision was made easy as soon as I spoke to the staff and people around the club the only place I wanted to be was Rangers Football Club.”

He might be small in stature but Barron has already shown he can handle himself in the Premiership engine