Former Scottish Premiership head coach Brian Rice believes Aberdeen’s Calvin Ramsay has a big ‘future in the game’ amid interest from the likes of West Ham United.

The English Premier League side are one of four sides in the division south of the border who are tracking Aberdeen’s teenage right-back. As the likes of West Ham United circle, Rice believes that the sky is the limit in terms of Ramsay’s potential.

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West Ham United reportedly want Ramsay as his Aberdeen form begins to be noticed. (Photo by Scott Baxter/Getty Images)

Rice said (DR): “There is no fear in the young lad Ramsay. He just wants to run at players and get at defences. That is fair play to Stephen for giving him the licence to express himself. He is only 18 and there looks to be massive improvement to come.

“The young boy looks to have a massive future in the game if he keeps progressing the way he has. There will be big clubs looking at him. People have said to me he has been really consistent this season. The more games and exposure he gets, the better and better he will get.

 

“He is positive and that is massive for any player. He goes across and takes corners. He has great deliveries and that’s a great thing to have in your locker, especially as a modern full-back.”

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