BLACKPOOL midfielder David Vaughan is being tipped to be a hit for Rangers if he decides to move north of the Border.
The ringing endorsement comes from his Wales colleague Joe Ledley, who is convinced that Vaughan, so influential for the Seasiders, would enjoy himself in the Auld Firm environment if he joined the Scottish champions.
With it would go the attraction of Champions League football.
Vaughan, 28, claimed he had been subject to an approach from the Ibrox club and admitted his interest in joining the Scottish champions.
Asked what advice he would give to Vaughan if asked, Celtic midfielder Ledley laughed then replied: “I would say ‘you are going to enjoy it up here’.
“Two big clubs and you won’t get bigger clubs to play for at the end of the day.
“But it’s his decision, it is nothing to do with what I say.
“He will have lots of clubs after him because he’s a great player.
“I’ve played with him lots of times with Wales and I played against him in the play-off final (for Cardiff).
“It’s not just Rangers who will be after him, there will be a lot of Premiership teams after him as well.
“He did well in the first season in the Premier League and they (Rangers) are probably just one of many clubs after him.”