Rangers supporters have reacted negatively on Twitter, after Ian Black completed a move to Shrewsbury Town.
Black was released by Rangers in the summer transfer window, and he has decided to make a move south of the border to join the League One side.
Gers supporters appear to believe that the switch may not work out as Black and Shrewsbury will hope.
The midfielder was not a particularly popular figure during his time at Ibrox, and many of the Gers supporters think that playing in League One could be beyond him.
Shrews fans will be hoping that their opinion isn't correct, though, as they look to build on a solid start to their campaign in the third tier of English football.
Micky Mellon's side earned promotion to League One at the end of last season, and they are currently occupying 15th place in the table.
Black should add solidarity to their midfield, but he will have big boots to fill as he will have to help replace Ryan Woods, who left to join Brentford.
Here is the best reaction on Twitter from Rangers fans to Black's transfer to Shrewsbury.
So Ian Black has finally found his level. Shrewsbury, is that nae where Scotty Vernon ended up?— Duncan Rothney (@mowgli1977z) September 14, 2015
Just about his level. LOL Ian Black signs a two-year deal with English League One side Shrewbury Town http://t.co/tdYhXNCGOR— JOHN BLUENOSE (@RFCtheRELIGION) September 14, 2015
Catching up on today's Rangers news. Macgiollabhain, Ahmad, and Ian Black have all had a go at us. Ouch - what a power trio that is.— Garry Carmody (@GarryCarmody) September 14, 2015
Why on earth would Shrewsbury sign Ian Black . Hope they are ready to get relegated if they play him— Kieran Gilligan (@kierangilly18) September 14, 2015
Ian Black isn't good enough for Shrewsbury.— ! (@draxmcg) September 14, 2015
Poor Shrewsbury Town, don't know what you've done to deserve that pollution at your club #IanBlack— Graeme Findlay (@FindlayGraeme) September 14, 2015
Ian Black joins Shrewsbury. Good to see he's found his level— Island bear (@willienic) September 14, 2015
Ian Black has joined Shrewsbury. Candlelit vigils for the people of Shrewsbury will be held at 8pm, 10pm and midnight. #showsolidarity— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) September 14, 2015