Former Albion favourite Connor Goldson can put his name in European lights tonight.

The centre-back walks out with Rangers for their Europa League final versus Eintracht Frankfurt.

Goldson has made more ball recoveries than any other player in the Europa League this season.

He has been described as a leader within the group which has gone all the way to the showpiece in Seville.

Rangers skipper James Tavernier said: “We’ve got a great group of boys.

“Great experience in Greggsy (Allan McGregor) and Davo (Steven Davis), Aaron Ramsey who’s joined us, Connor... there’s a few more that I can name.

“We’re a great group of boys and it is the best changing room I’ve been in.

“If anyone needs a push, we’re all there together.


“If anything needs changing, we’ll all have a chat with each other, but we’re all on the same page.”

Tavernier told “Funnily enough, I had a conversation a couple of weeks ago with Connor and I said, ‘We’ve got a good chance of this’.”

Goldson, who has been a massive hit at Ibrox since heading north four years ago, is out of contract next month.

He has produced impressive displays in Europe and is believed to be keen on a move to the Premier League, in which he appeared just three times for the Seagulls