JAKE HASTIE looks set to be recalled by Rangers after an unsuccessful loan spell with Partick Thistle. 

The 22-year-old has had a tough time of it at Firhill since joining on a temporary switch during the summer. 

His last appearance for the Jags came at the end of October, and has mainly been used to fill the bench. 

Ian McCall opted not to name the attacker in his matchday squad at all on Saturday as Thistle drew 2-2 with Hamilton. 

And with his loan ending this month, it appears unlikely that Partick will extend the move. 

This will lead Hastie back to Ibrox, for the mean time anyway, where his contract expires at the end of the campaign. 

The pacey attacker has mae just two first team appearances since his arrival from Motherwell in 2019, where he burst on to the scene and enticed Rangers to sign him on a pre-contract. 

He ended up in the Rangers B team last summer, and made the switch to Partick in the hope of getting his career back on track. 

But the move has failed to work out. It remains to be seen whether he will be shipped back out on loan by Rangers, or whether they will look to get him off the books on a permanent deal.