James McClean was pleased to see Hibernian beat Rangers in the Scottish Championship on Sunday afternoon.
Hibs beat the Gers 2-1 to end their previous 100 per cent record in the league.
And West Brom man McClean feels the result could spark a title race 'after all.'
Rangers had won 11/11 with relative ease in the build-up to the Hibernian clash but the hosts' victory now leaves them just five points off the league leaders.
And West Brom's McClean took to Twitter to praise Hibs after the Rangers loss:
Good win that for hibs over rangers, title race after all maybe— James McClean (@JamesMcC14) November 1, 2015
McClean has mocked Rangers on social media before and is, naturally, a rather divisive character.
Next up for West Brom and McClean is a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United.
Rangers, meanwhile, host Alloa Athletic in their next Scottish Championship clash, with Hibernian play Dundee United in the Scottish League Cup final. Will there actually be a genuine title race in the second tier this season?