Giovanni van Bronckhorst expressed his delight at the appointment of Dave Vos as his assistant manager at Rangers.
The 38-year-old is highly-regarded and it’s viewed as a major coup that the Ibrox side were able to hire him from Ajax, after Steven Gerrard departed with the majority of his staff.
Vos worked within the Amsterdam club’s reputable academy and gained the reputation as an ‘innovative’ coach.
The Dutchman joins Roy Makaay, Arno Phillips and Yori Bosschaart as members of Rangers staff to leave van Bronckhorst pleased.
He told the Rangers website: “I am really happy that Dave will join our staff and I have a really good feeling of what he will bring to our group,”
“He is a highly energetic and innovative coach and having him with us will be of benefit to everyone.
“Dave will help me and the other staff a lot to develop our players and our team.”
Gers sporting director Ross Wilson hailed Vos’ reputation, adding: “In selecting all of the members our new coaching team, Gio and I wanted to ensure that we added someone who was obsessed with coaching and improving players and teams with elite-level work on the grass.
“Dave is a young but experienced coach who has a top reputation, respected throughout Europe for his work at Ajax across the last decade. This is the next step in his impressive career and we are delighted to welcome him to Rangers.”