Nicolas Raskin in Rangers future vow as midfielder details what Philippe Clement has implemented

Nicolas Raskin has vowed to get himself into the Rangers team next season as he enjoys working under Philippe Clement.

The midfielder was seen as someone who could benefit from his countryman landing the manager's job after the departure of Michael Beale. But he actually found himself out of the team for much of the latter part of the season as he struggled to break back in after a lengthy injury.

With Clement eyeing up a major squad revamp, Raskin was one name some thought could move on in order to free up funds and space to being in signing targets. But he appears to be planning to still be at Ibrox next season, and is eyeing up a more regular place in the team with a pre-season behind him.

The 23-year-old says the manager has made things better behind the scenes by bringing in a "more European" way of working, which suits him down to the ground.

He told RTBF: "It's going well at Rangers. Philippe Clement has brought a fresh breath, the European way of working there.

"It's a very different football in the United Kingdom than in Europe. So for me it's good, I found the habits that I had at Standard.

"Next season, I hope to be able to play as much as possible and have a good European campaign, because we count on that a lot there. We want to be champions at the end of the year, that would be a great season."