JOE Dodoo, the Leicester City forward who has been training with Rangers this week, today admitted he wants to be a part of the Mark Warburton revolution at Ibrox.

Dodoo, a 21-year-old who can play as either a striker or a winger, is hopeful that his proposed move to Glasgow will be finalised today.

It was still unclear last night whether the former England youth cap’s transfer to Rangers will be permanent or temporary as his contract with Leicester has expired.

His representatives were in talks with both the English champions, who have offered him a new deal, and Rangers yesterday in an attempt to sort out his future.

However, Dodoo, who made his first team debut for Claudio Ranieri’s side last season before going out to League One club Bury on loan, is keen to move to Glasgow in some capacity.

He appreciates that he will find it difficult to force his way into the Foxes first team next term with Shinji Ojazaki, Jamie Vardy and Leonardo Ulloa all in the squad.

In addition, he has been impressed with the training facilities at Auchenhowie, the stadium at Ibrox and the squad Warburton has assembled during the close season.

Joey Barton, Matt Crooks, Matt Gilks, Clint Hill, Lee Hodson, Niko Kranjcar, Jordan Rossiter and Josh Windass have all joined the Ladbrokes Championship winners during the summer.

Warburton is determined for his side to challenge their city rivals Celtic for the Scottish title in the 2016/17 campaign and is attempting to bring in another forward and defender.

Speaking to Sport Times, Dodoo said: “We are hoping to get it sorted. I have enjoyed my time in Glasgow this week and the staff and the rest of the players have made it easy for me to settle in. They have been very welcoming.

“It is a great city and a great club. The training facilities are excellent. What the manager and the club are trying to do is exciting as well and it’s something I want to be a part of.

“We are in talks and are trying to get something sorted out. We don’t really know exactly what’s happening yet. Hopefully something can be agreed in the next 24 hours.”

The Ghana-born player scored a hat-trick on his first appearance for Leicester in a Capital One Cup match against Bury last August.

He then netted in a 2-1 win over Barclays Premier League rivals West Ham at the King Power Stadium in the next round of the competition.

He played another cup game against Hull and came on in a league match against Bournemouth before going out to Bury on loan.

He played as a winger at Gigg Lane and scored once in five games before being recalled to Leicester by Ranieri in December.