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Rangers: Alfredo Morelos ‘very happy’ and targeting Champions League

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Rangers: Alfredo Morelos

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos revealed that he is very happy at the club and is looking forward to playing in the Champions League next season. Rangers are currently four points ahead of Celtic at the top of the table with the winner all but guaranteed a place in the Champions League group stages next season. The Colombian was linked with a move away in the summer with former manager Steven Gerrard saying he was unsure of his services this season.

“I’m very happy at Rangers,” Alfredo Morelos said. “I was named Player of the Month in December, I’ve been scoring goals and I feel good physically. I’m just thinking about scoring more goals and God will decide what happens in the future. I’ll keep working hard and fighting. I’m also in the Colombia squad now, so I hope to stay there – we’ll see how it goes. I hope it all goes as well as possible. Right now I’m fully focused on Rangers.”

“I feel very happy in Glasgow, as do my family. My daughter is really settled here, I feel very pleased. Rangers really welcomed me when I joined, as did the fans, so I feel really happy here,” he added. “Playing in the Champions League is a source of motivation for me. We’re going to fight for that. My teammates and I are all very positive, that goes for the coaching staff as well. We have a lead at the moment, but we have to perform on the pitch.”

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