RANGERS star Amy Muir has made history after the Gourock footballer netted a top award.

The Scotland under-19s captain was crowned the first 'women's player of the year' at the Ibrox side's annual prizegiving in Glasgow on Sunday evening.

She was joined by other major winners, including top striker Alfredo Morelos, veteran goalkeeper Allan McGregor and on-loan Liverpool winger Ryan Kent.

The former Clydeview Academy pupil did the double by winning the two top honours at the Rangers Women's end of season awards in November last year after only her second full campaign in the first team.

The 19-year-old has now written her name into the Gers history books by becoming the first recipient of the inaugural female player of the year prize alongside the male stars.

Speaking after her award success, Amy said: "It means so much, being along to pick it up is huge for the women's game and for the women's side of the club to be along tonight is massive.

"It is great to represent the women's team here and it was a big moment for me. I have supported the club and been a part of the club for so long so this was enjoyable.

"I do think this is beginning of new things for my Rangers career and the club.

"You see a lot going on behind the scenes and there is a new atmosphere about the women's side - there is a lot more to come."

The honour reflected Amy's continued success in the light blue of Rangers and the dark blue of Scotland.

She had to shoot straight back from international duty on Sunday to lift her trophy.

She said: "I played England today with Scotland and then rushed here, we had a really good game and drew 1-1.

"My Scotland career is massive to me too and it's a huge honour representing the national team.

"I have played for Scotland all through the age groups and this will be my final year up to the summer with the under-19s.

"This is a big moment for women's football with the Scottish women's team qualifying for the World Cup this summer."