Rangers youngster Myles Beerman joined Maltese Premier League side Gżira United on loan until the end of the season during the January transfer window.
The 19-year-old has previously spent time away from the Ibrox with Queen of the South and Maltese side Birkirkara.
Beerman started his career with Maltese Premier League club Floriana before moving to England in 2014 when he signed for Premier League Champions Manchester City.
In September 2016, the defender left the Etihad Stadium in favour for a move to Scottish giants Rangers.
Beerman has already made eight first-team appearances for the Gers with two of
Speaking exclusively to MalteseFootball.com, the Malta international spoke highly of Gżira United, the side he joined on loan last month.
“They are a very motivated side and have a very good set up to achieve things here in Malta,” said Beerman.
“We can compete at the top as we are currently doing. I have felt very welcomed and comfortable and also motivated to help and progress with the club.
“Game time is the most important thing at this point in my career.
“There is always a step up going from youth football to senior football and it’s just getting used to it for people that are going through that phase.”