Former Rangers midfielder Lewis Macleod has taken to Twitter to thank fans who voted for his goal in the club's end-of-season awards.
Without Macleod, the Gers failed to secure automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership but are still in the play-offs for promotion, with a clash upcoming against Hibernian on Wednesday night.
Macleod has wished Rangers luck for the game, as well as thanking supporters for voting for his goal.
And Macleod also congratulated Andy Murdoch among others for their awards.
Thanks to everyone who voted for my goal! Well done to @andymurdoch95 and big Daz on there awards! Wish the boys all the best tonight— Lewis Macleod (@LewisMacleod_) May 20, 2015
During a season in which Rangers suffered chaos both on and off the pitch, young Murdoch did much to give Gers fans hope in the absence of Macleod.
Rangers beat Queen of the South over two legs in the play-off quarter-finals and will now need to be at their best against Hibs, who pipped them to second place in the league campaign.
Murdoch and co would no doubt love to still be playing alongside Macleod - but they'll have to do without him.