MYLES BEERMAN insists he has returned to Rangers ready and raring to go for the new season after the high of making his international debut.
The left-back was handed his maiden Malta run-out in his country’s surprise 1-0 victory over Ukraine in a friendly last Tuesday when he was introduced as a 90th-minute substitute.
The 18-year-old, who had his hair shaved in preparation for his first cap as part of a national tradition, was back in the match-day squad for Saturday’s 2-0 defeat to Slovenia in their World Cup qualifier in Scotland’s group, but was left on the bench.
Beerman is now back in Scotland and, after finishing the season by playing in eight of the final nine games for Rangers because of injury to Lee Wallace, is already relishing the prospect of the new campaign under Pedro Caixinha.
He said: “What a feeling making my international debut. Always an honour to play for my country, the journey continues.
“Don’t worry the hair will grow!”
The Rangers youngster added on Twitter: “Can’t wait to get back training with the lads. International duty was a great experience. Big season ahead!”