RYAN JACK insists he won’t change his combative style next season after seeing two red cards overturned last term.

The midfielder was sent off four times in 21 appearances for Rangers before he suffered a serious knee injury in December.

The dismissals against Hibernian and Kilmarnock were both rescinded on appeal as Jack endured a frustrating campaign at Ibrox.

But he is determined to emerge stronger as he looks to make an impact under the guidance of boss Steven Gerrard in the coming months.

He said: “I think for just for anyone if you get a red card that’s not a red card for any player it’s harsh because you miss out on games, you miss out on certain things, it could cost you your position in the team, it could cost you games for that club.

“Obviously it’s not nice but, as I say, it’s one of those things that’s happened. I’ve done my rehab, I’ve done everything right, I’ve left no stone unturned and it’s got me back to where I am now.

“To be honest it’s done and nothing I say now is going to change that but obviously it was a frustrating period for myself to be missing games through suspension.

“Then obviously after that I got the bad injury and the season is done, there’s no going back. But hopefully that’s in the past and I can move forward.

“I think I’ve always been on a player that likes to leave everything on the pitch, I like to put everything into my game and I like to come off the pitch knowing I;ve worked hard for my team-mates and for the club.

“Obviously things happen in a game and things boil over when certain situations happen but I’ve looked back on it all and hopefully there’s things that I’ve took from it that I can move on, going forward.

“Yes definitely [I have learned from it] I watch games back, I watch myself back quite closely and there’s definitely things that’s happened over the season that I’m going to take and use to go forward.”