Rangers' promotion to the Scottish Premiership has got the football world talking, with former Gers stars from across the globe weighing in on their successful season.
Among those to do so is Lorenzo Amoruso, who played at Rangers between 1997 and 2003, winning three league title, three Scottish Cups, and three Scottish League Cups, and captained the club for two seasons.
Now retired at the age of 44, the Italian says he feels the club's demotion through the division was unfair, and he is delighted to see them back in their rightful position.
He told Italian website Tuttomercatoweb: "It's nice to see my former team at a high level after such a heavy ordeal. They were demoted undeservedly and after a long path are back where they deserve.
"I'm very happy for the fans who have suffered most of all for this situation. They are the soul of a great club like Rangers."
Amoruso even says he would love a job at Rangers, although did not specify in what capacity, and it does not even seem as if he overly minds, simply desiring to be involved, perhaps as an ambassador.
He said that while he does not know the current management team, he harbours hope of being involved: "It will be difficult that I can go to work for the club in the future but I always cherish a little hope. I would be honored. I hope as soon as possible to return to Scotland to watch a game."