The defender made the breakthrough in to the first team last season and chose to stay with the club through troubled times in a bid to earn a long term future with the Gers.
Perry is preparing to face Falkirk, where he spent time on loan, tomorrow night and hopes this is the beginning of a run in the Rangers team, and a good cup run.
He said: “I’m still young, I’m a Rangers fan and I’ve been at Rangers since I was a young kid and I feel like I still have plenty of time to prove myself and be a Rangers player.
“I think now more than ever there is going to be chance for the young defenders to get involved.
“Personally it’s a real chance to go and impose myself on the team and hopefully I can be a real part of the games this year.
“Obviously we want to win silverware this year and we’ll go in to every game hoping to win that.”
Perry is among the younger crop of players in Ally McCoist’s squad, but as more youth players emerge he is also conscious of having the kind of experience in the team provided by the likes of Carlos Bocanegra.
He added: “He’s a massive presence. He’s a good voice for the boys and he’s a very experienced player and is someone that young players can learn from and use as someone to lean upon.
“All the boys are itching to get involved and all the young boys are really trying to go and impose themselves and prove they are capable of playing, but you need that experience there to lead them and guide them through games.”
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