“Sick of Talking About It”: Tom Lawrence Addresses Rangers Injury Record

Tom Lawrence expressed his frustration with recurring injuries, emphasizing his eagerness to secure a sustained run of games. Lawrence, who has been sidelined due to an Achilles issue and a subsequent muscle injury, recently returned to training during the winter break in La Manga. With optimism about his future in Glasgow, Lawrence spoke about his commitment to overcoming injuries and contributing significantly to the team.

Lawrence, who last played for Rangers in early December against Hearts, voiced his weariness of being sidelined and missing crucial game time. “I’m sick of being injured; I just want to get fit, and hopefully I can do that,” Lawrence asserted. Reflecting on the past months, he highlighted the challenges but expressed his excitement about being back on the training pitch with a clean bill of health. “It’s all good,” he said, underscoring his eagerness for the future.

Having played a pivotal role for Derby County, Lawrence acknowledges the importance of his experience in English football. He made his full-time debut for Manchester United, a moment he cherishes, especially as he gave way to Ryan Giggs in Giggs’ final game as a Red Devil. Lawrence sees himself as a valuable asset to Rangers and aims to share his knowledge and experience with the younger players at the club.

Lawrence draws parallels between the standards set at Manchester United and his current role at Rangers. He believes in instilling discipline and high-level standards, emphasizing the lasting influence of the values he absorbed during his time with the Red Devils. “When the younger players come up to train with us, you try and give them as much confidence as you can,” Lawrence stated, highlighting his commitment to nurturing talent within the Rangers squad.