Rangers have revealed that Juninho Bacuna has signed a two-year contract with the club.
The Ibrox side confirmed their signing on Thursday night, but there was no indication of the length of the deal when they were first revealed.
But now it has been stated that he has signed until 2023 and will look to find his way into Steven Gerrard’s squad and become a regular during that time.
The Curacao international made more than 100 appearances for Huddersfield before moving on to Glasgow and didn’t do it his way at the Terriers.
But he insists he is “hungry” to improve at Rangers and believes the style of football can help him reach the heights expected of him.
It’s a similar story for Gerrard who believes he can become a “big talent” for the Premiership champions but urged patience given the 24-year-old hasn’t played for Huddersfield this season.
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He said: “He’s a really big talent, everyone should be really excited and really looking forward to seeing him play.
“We have to be patient with him, but he just needs the right support around him, the right environment to continue to progress and grow and I think we have the right staff and the right players in the dressing room for that.
“He’s an attacking midfielder, he has a good range of passing and he’s a powerful boy, so he has a lot of tools in his locker so if he can put everything in place and we can give him the right place to play then he should be a great player for this club.