Ross Perry the 19 year old centre back has today signed on the dotted line and committed his future to Rangers by signing a 4 year contract.
The young Ranger has been somewhat of a loan Ranger in recent times, spending the last 2 seasons on loan at Oxford and Falkirk.
This season has seen the youngster called upon by Rangers manager Ally McCoist and could have saved his club millions in the transfer market, as his attitude and maturity could see him develop into a top first team player.
Perry has already featured in Europe this season against Maribor as the Ibrox side crashed out of the Europa League. He has also been called upon in league duty against Inverness, Aberdeen and Motherwell and by this McCoist has shown he has no fears in throwing the player in at the deep end.
Perry has signed long term and may still have to wait on his opportunity. With players such as Weir, Goian, Bartley and Bocanegra all in contention for the centre back position it could be a long wait.
The youngster currently has 6 under 21 caps for Scotland to his name and with the manager already proving he has faith in the young centre back it could be interesting times ahead for Perry.
If the player keeps his feet on the ground and continues to train and work hard for club, then the sky could be the limit for this talented youngster.