The centre-midfielder joined the ‘Gers towards the end of the summer transfer window and has been an integral part of Niall Currie’s side so far this season, making 21 appearances, scoring three goals and grabbing four assists.
With the loan deal originally only lasting until January, Danske Bank Premiership side Crusaders have allowed the young prospect to stay at Taylors Avenue for the remainder of the campaign.
Rangers manager Niall Currie commented,
“Firstly, we would like to thank Stephen Baxter and Crusaders for allowing Lloyd to stay with us for the rest of the season. The young man has been a real breath of fresh air from the moment he arrived at the Club. He has been a real driving force in our midfield and has come on leaps and bounds in his time here, and is only going to get better.”
Well done Lloyd! #AmberArmy