Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has taken to Twitter and Instagram to comment on the club's imminent game against Queen of the South.
Foderingham, 24, joined Rangers on a free transfer from Swindon Town over the summer, and has immediately become the clear first choice goalkeeper at Ibrox under Mark Warburton.
With just five goals conceding in nine league games this season, Foderingham has really played his part in Rangers' 100% winning record in the league, and looks set to be a key player for the club in years to come.
Rangers are back in league action this weekend following the international break, with Queen of the South coming to Ibrox in a bid to finally end Rangers' winning run.
Having returned to training today, Foderingham took to Twitter and Instagram to discuss the comeback, admitting that he was looking forward to his return to Ibrox this weekend to take on Queen of the South.
Good to be back at training today after some well earned time off. Looking forward to the game at the… https://t.co/aNh2Prim65— Wes Foderingham (@wes_foderingham) October 12, 2015
"Good to be back at training today after some well earned time off. Looking forward to the game at the weekend," said Foderingham.
Ten wins from ten is close for Rangers, and Foderingham will be looking to make that a reality this weekend, having already helped Rangers beat the same opponents earlier this season.
Mark Warburton's men won 5-1 away at Queen of the South earlier this season, and a repeat performance would once again underline Rangers' title winning credentials.