Rangers forward Kemar Roofe has sent a possible reminder to new manager Michael Beale about his readiness to make an impact in the second half of the season.
While football in Scotland has been put on pause for the World Cup, some may have been frustrated by the way that halted their own momentum and form.
One man who likely would have been grateful for the break, however, is Roofe. Indeed, mainly due to injury issues, the striker has barely played for Rangers this season.
However, under a new manager, it seems as though Roofe is keen to get back to his best and he has taken to Instagram to send a message about it online.
Indeed, in a new post, he shared an image of himself back at the club’s training ground with the caption: “Big focus.”
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Interestingly enough, new Rangers boss Beale recently praised Roofe and spoke positively about the striker’s current fitness status claiming that he has been back in training and has ‘looked very sharp’.
That certainly suggests that the 29-year-old is in his manager’s plans so long as he can keep fit and perhaps this picture of himself with a ball at his feet is a little message to remind everyone that he is well on the road to recovery.
Of course, Beale would have worked with Roofe before when he was an assistant coach at Ibrox under Steven Gerrard. In that period, the Scottish club did win the league and so perhaps the two will be able to rekindle that past successful relationship in the new year.