Rangers boss Philippe Clement has provided an injury update on his squad ahead of the Europa League clash against Aris Limassol.

Nicolas Raskin and Ryan Jack both remain out of action, with the Belgium under-21 international last playing in October.

Clement also confirmed that Scott Wright is unavailable due to a muscular problem.

He said: "We have a few players out as not selected in the European squad. Raskin and Jack will not be back yet.

"Scott Wright is a doubt for tomorrow with a muscular issue."

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Meanwhile, Ross McCausland says "it is a dream come true" to have signed a new long-term deal at Ibrox.

The 20-year-old is now under contract until 2027 after bursting onto the scene under Clement.

And McCausland, who is a boyhood fan of the Light Blues, expressed his delight at getting the deal over the line.

Speaking to Rangers TV, he said: " I am delighted [to sign a new deal]. Coming in here as a young boy and getting this moment is a really proud moment.

"It is really surreal. I have grown up a Rangers fan and my family are all fans of the club. To finally get this over the line and extend my stay here is a dream come true.

"Being a Rangers fan so young, I was obviously not at the games as a young boy but as I got older and started coming over to games, and when I went on trial at Rangers at 15, that was also a proud moment.

"Whenever I heard that Rangers were interested I did not have any other club on my mind it was always Rangers so when I came on trial the first few times and then when they wanted to sign me I was over the moon."