Tottenham Hotspur-owned winger Nathan Oduwa has taken to social networking site Twitter to assure the Rangers fans that he is fine and ready to go again.
The 19-year-old, who joined Rangers on a season-long loan deal from Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur in the summer transfer window, has been making the headlines in Scotland for the past few days.
The England Under-20 international was the victim of bad tackles during the Gers’ Scottish Challenge Cup quarter-final tie against Livingston on Tuesday evening.
Oduwa did not come on for the second half at Ibrox, as Rangers won the game 1-0 thanks to Nicky Clark’s drilled effort from 30 yards.
The Tottenham-owned winger is a skilful and talented young player, but his tricks and flicks have not gone down too well with opposition players in the Scottish Championship.
The teenager, though, does not appear to be too fussed about the treatment he has been getting from opponents.
Oduwa has made it clear on Twitter that he is ready to face St. Mirren away from home in the Scottish Championship on Sunday afternoon, with Rangers fans responding to his message on the social networking site.
Thx for the support! I'm feeling good and ready to go again! #WATP— Nathan Oduwa (@nathanoduwa) October 22, 2015
@nathanoduwa Scottish football fears the talent within our club at the moment. Best way to deal with it?winning the league!— Thelionbrand (@thelionbrand) October 22, 2015