JASON HOLT has said that he holds aspirations to play for Scotland and believes that through hard work then he could make his mark at international level.
Speaking to the Rangers club website, Holt, who started his career at Hearts was confident that if he is given the chance at club level, he could potentially force his way into the international fray.
“Everyone’s ambition would be to play for their country, but you need to be playing every week and playing well.
“It’s an aim I certainly have for the future.”
The Rangers midfielder, 24, revealed that he hoped that he could break his way into a future side after seeing his teammate Ryan Jack make his bow against the Netherlands at Pittodrie last night.
“It’s great and I’m thoroughly delighted for Ryan.
“Hopefully in the future more boys can start stepping up and getting into the squads. That will come from our own performances and performing on a consistent basis.
“If we do that, then hopefully we have a chance.”
A young Scotland side were beaten 1-0 at Pittodrie by a strong Netherlands team, with the goal coming from Lyon’s Memphis Depay. The goal has been deemed controversial as it could’ve been ruled offside by the officials due to two potential infringements.