Tomorrow on the Rangers Review you can read an exclusive interview with Antonio Colak.

The Croatian forward, who left the club in the summer, speaks candidly about his love for Rangers, what went wrong under Michael Beale, why opportunities were limited after Christmas, competing with Alfredo Morelos, his favourite goals and a new adventure in Italy at Parma.

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“When a new manager comes in, things change,” Colak reflects. “I think it was maybe something of an advantage for other players who already worked with the manager in terms of their minutes. When we started back after the World Cup break, I cannot really explain what happened.

“I wanted to come back as fast as possible. I worked day and night to be fit. Maybe sometimes you try too hard and then the chances don’t come or you get some minutes in what I call ‘Joker time’ at the end of games when play is always broken up. It’s tricky to show off your qualities in these moments.”

"I can play under any coach. I think it was consecutive game time that I was missing in the end. Sometimes football is like this. The coach has other plans or ideas or favours other players. All you can do is work hard and wait for your moments and I always tried to grab chances. 

“I remember I had a really good game away at Hibs but after that, you need continuous games to build and I missed that. In the last six months, the game time was not what I expected it to be. 

“Scoring at Ibrox was just an incredible feeling. When I look back on my goals and see the fans roaring, it still gives me goosebumps.

“I wish absolutely nothing but success for the club. It’s such a unique club and something you will never get out of me. Rangers will always be part of my life."