Warbuton ready for life in the Prem

The Scottish Championship league has 2 months left before this current season ends and even though the winners of this campaign still hasn’t been announced as there is time left for any club to emerge and make a charge for the top spot but nonetheless, the favorites of clinching it are Rangers.

Mark Warbuton

Rangers are a href='http://rangers.co.uk/league-table/scottish-championship/'>leading the way at the top of the Championship and are in a very comfortable position after snatching 69 points from 27 games.

The head coach of the Scottish coach, Mark Warbuton has recently outlined what he will be taking into consideration in relation to signing new players for the upcoming summer transfer window.

“When we recruit players, we are looking for players who can play in front of 50,000 at Ibrox and deal with the weight of that expectation week in week out. Whether that’s a 28-year-old permanent signing or an 18-year-old loan player, they have got to have that ability and that character.” Mark Warbuton of Rangers said.

Mark Warbuton didn’t specifically detail any information about what potential player is on his watch-list but the English manager does want to reinforce his squad with anyone that can help his squad for the potential promotion to the Scottish Premiership league.

With money hard to come by, a few Rangers fan blogs have been joking that Warburton could do a lote worse than back 'Road to Riches' in the Derby with StanJames - a win could help fund some new players!?

The clubs that are currently competing for the top spots of the Premiership league are Aberdeen and Celtic. Mark Warbuton knows that it will be difficult for his current squad to compete against those previously mentioned clubs and this is why he is already thinking about what potential signings he can sign that can help his squad for the next season.

Warbuton is well aware that his current squad has a few weaknesses that he wants to strengthen up and the summer transfer window is the ideal chance to cover up the weaker areas of his squad.