AARON RAMSEY has endured a slow start to life at Rangers. 

The on-loan Juventus midfielder has been hampered by injury since he arrived on Deadline Day in January.

He started the Scottish Cup match against Dundee on Sunday as he got some much needed game time.

And as he comes back into the fold for Giovanni van Bronckhorst's men, Ramsey has been backed to play a big role in the destination of the Premiership title. 

Manchester City hero Trevor Sinclair reckons his former Cardiff team-mate poses a "threat" to Celtic's current three point lead at the summit of Scotland's top flight.

He said: “Aaron hasn’t played much for Rangers yet but, then, he’s not played much football before signing.

"The medical staff and fitness people will have wanted to get him to a certain level.

“Once he’s up and running, I’ve no doubt he’ll affect the team - and the league.

“He’ll do that with goals, assists, energy and quality which we’ve seen over the last 15 years and that’s not going to change.

“He can play different positions and isn’t a bad finisher either. He’ll have a lot to offer. Hopefully not enough! But I think he could be very influential.

“You see the performances he puts on for Wales, what he did for Arsenal, how he played for Juve when allowed to.

“He’s a top-class performer and he’s going to be a threat to Celtic, for sure.”