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Rangers midfielder Kyle Hutton
Hutton made his debut for Rangers against Kilmarnock in August

Rangers midfielder Kyle Hutton has signed a two-year contract extension with the Ibrox club.

Hutton, who has started two Champions League matches this season, followed the lead of fellow youngster Jamie Ness in penning a new deal with the club.

The 20-year-old, who has come through the ranks at Rangers, is now under contract until at least 2014.

"Signing a new deal is a massive thing for me and I'm absolutely delighted," Hutton told Blues News.

"This season I have been happy with the way things have gone and I have been given the chance to play in really big games.

"My goal after that was to keep going and try to get an extension so that I can stay at the club.

"I have that now and I am over the moon."

It has been pretty special but as soon as you get a taste of playing for the first team you want more.

Rangers midfielder Kyle Hutton

The youngster, who has made four substitute appearances in the league for Rangers this season, is hoping signing a new deal will be a springboard to more first team action.

"It has been pretty special but as soon as you get a taste of playing for the first team you want more.

"So far I have managed to play in the Champions League and not many get the chance to gain that experience.

"I am grateful for that but every time you pull on a blue jersey it's a proud moment and you have to go out and do your best.

"It can be difficult at times because you don't always have a lot of match fitness but you have to be ready and try to take your chance," he added.



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