Rangers fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to have their say on the signing of Anthony Stokes by Hibernian.
Stokes has moved to Scottish Championship side Hibernian on loan from Scottish Premiership giants Celtic until the end of the season.
The Republic of Ireland international striker was struggling for playing time at the Bhoys, and was unlikely to feature in too many games between now and the end of the season.
The 27-year-old will hope to hit the ground running at Hibernian and rediscover his form, and help them gain automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership.
Hibs are third in the Scottish Championship table at the moment with 45 points from 20 matches, level on points with second-placed Falkirk but behind on goal difference.
Alan Stubbs’s side are five points behind leaders Rangers, who are favourites to gain automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership at the end of the season.
The Edinburgh-based outfit will hope that Stokes will be able to score the goals that will help them catch Rangers.
Rangers fans, though, do not seem concerned at all and have had their say on Twitter.
Below are some of the best comments:
Hibs fans generally think we are afraid of Stokes. Tears for dayssssss— Gerald* (@SimplyHxlt) January 19, 2016
Am glad that Stokes has signed for Hibs because it'll make winning that league aw the sweeter.— John Gilmour (@teddyztawknboot) January 19, 2016
Hahaha #Hibs fans don't actually think Rangers fans are concerned over stokes signing do they? Really??— Scott (@clonejack) January 19, 2016
Got tae laugh at hibs fans thinking they're gonny win the league now that they've signed Stokes on loan— Dylan (@Dyl_RFC) January 19, 2016
So Hibs went back in a time machine & signed a prime Maradona? Oh....they signed Stokes. Why are they acting like they signed a good player?— EBT's make Timmy Cry (@Art_VandelayRFC) January 19, 2016
I haven't saw a single Rangers fan concerned about Stokes signing for Hibs, we have scored 27 more league goals than they have...— snedders (@_snedders) January 19, 2016