The former Rangers player and England legend is still very fond of the Ibrox faithful.
Glasgow Rangers take on St Mirren tomorrow in something of a local derby in the Scottish Championship. Rangers go into the game still boasting a 100 per cent record in the league this season and hopeful of continuing that impressive form in Paisley.
Rangers fans will no doubt be hoping that Paul Gascoigne makes an appearance. The English football legend is in Scotland at the moment. He traveled up to the Motherwell Concert Hall to discuss his time in Scottish football whilst a footballer at Rangers.
Gazza spent three seasons in Scotland with Rangers after leaving Italian side Lazio in 1995.
He scored 39 goals for Rangers during his time at Ibrox in 104 games. He is still a loved figure at the club and he today asked the question ... why he ever left Rangers in the first place.
He sent out this tweet earlier today expressing his love for the Rangers faithful:
I know it's a bit late but those GLASGOW RANGERS FANS were fantastic incredible it makes u wonder why I ever left,thanks2the blue nose's— Paul Gascoigne (@gazza8gascoigne) October 24, 2015
Gazza left Rangers for Middlesbrough in 1998 and it certainly seems like he might have happily remained at Rangers instead.
Ok cheers now it's my turn to get dolled up,heading to Glasgow,got my BAY CITY ROLLERS cd with me,get the place rocking,back to my roots— Paul Gascoigne (@gazza8gascoigne) October 24, 2015