The 20-year old spent the second part of the season on loan with the Glasgow giants, helping them to the League Cup/Premiership double, and has revealed that a return next season would be preferential.
"I was only at Rangers for a short while. But I've got so many good memories," he told SunSport.
"I couldn't have been treated any better by the people there, from Walter Smith and the coaching staff to the players and everyone behind the scenes.
"I loved it at Rangers and if I was to get another opportunity to play there it would be fantastic.
"But it's no secret that the idea of another loan spell with Rangers would be very attractive.
"The only negative for me was the knee injury I suffered which cut short my season. But I'm recovering well and I hope to get the all-clear from the specialist to step up my rehab work.
"The target was always to be ready for the start of pre-season training - and I feel I'm on course for that.