ALLAN McGREGOR has admitted he regrets not winning more medals in his second term with Rangers.
Ibrox icon Greegsy was given a rousing farewell by Light Blues fans in his testimonial against Newcastle on Tuesday night.
McGregor returned to Rangers in 2018 after winning three league titles, three Scottish Cups and five League Cups in his first spell with the club.
In his second five-year tenure, which has just ended, he added another league title and the Scottish Cup to that tally.
It was huge Premiership The title was, of course, Rangers’ first in a decade and one that prevented Celtic from landing ten straight league titles.
But despite more medals, McGregor admitted he wasn’t satisfied and wanted MORE success.
He was part of the team that also reached the Europa League final just over a year ago.
Rangers ended the 41-year-old’s final season without trophies, with McGregor admitting it just wasn’t good enough.
He confessed, “I wish there was more, I won’t lie.”
“Without wanting to sound negative here, in the last five years we’ve won two trophies out of a possible 15 – 16 if you include the Europa League final – and that’s not good enough for this club.”
“There always has to be a standard at Rangers where every game and every trophy is a must.
“I try to do my best to make people understand that you have to win leagues and cups regularly. We need to get back to that as soon as possible.”
“But winning the club’s 55th title was very special for me and I will never forget that.”
McGregor hasn’t revealed exactly what’s in store for him next.
But after his big Ibrox farewell, he admitted he might not be quite ready to hang up the gloves.
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