Harrogate town loanee Josh McPake is ready to return back up north to Rangers.

The winger won his first piece of senior silverware at the weekend after the Yorkshire side beat Concord Rangers to lift the FA Trophy at Wembley.

The 19-year-old, who has been on loan at the League 2 side for the second half of the season, spoke about his desire to fight for a place in the Rangers squad next season.

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He said: “No matter where you’re from, everyone dreams of playing at Wembley. Some boys go through their whole career without playing there so to do it at 19 and win a cup final, I couldn’t ask for any more.

“The experience, the build-up, the game and afterwards – I’ll remember it for the rest of my career.

"I’ve got a year left on my contract at Rangers and coming down to England has been a great experience but also exposed me to a new market as clubs are always watching the games in League Two."

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The Coatbrige boy has scored four goals in 24 games, including Harrogate's goal of the season against Bradford.

McPake’s parent club are two games from going unbeaten in the Scottish Premiership this season, having wrestled the title back from Celtic for the first time since 2011.

And their loan youngster went onto to reveal that the Ibrox club are still in contact with him regularly.

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He said: "Rangers have kept a close eye on me and I really appreciate it.

"It’s good to know they are still looking after me so I will be back in for pre-season and I’m sure we will have some conversations about the future.

"They’ve told me to keep doing what I’m doing."