Wes Foderingham has told the Glasgow Evening Times that he immediately fell in love with Rangers.
Foderingham moved to the Light Blues last summer, after Mark Warburton made the goalkeeper one his priority signings during his first transfer window in charge at Ibrox.
The 25-year-old could have opted to stay in England, given he was a free agent following the expiration of his contract at Swindon Town, but he says as soon as he visited Rangers he knew it was the club for him and he has had no regrets.
“It was the right decision straight away to be honest. When I came up and looked at the place, I instantly fell in love with it," the shot-stopper said.
“Games like this reiterate that and make me sure that I definitely made the right decision, and I am looking forward to winning more things with Rangers in the future.”
Foderingham has played a crucial role for the Glasgow side, as they have stormed to the Scottish Championship title.
Rangers have dominated Scotland’s second tier, and they also won the Petrofac Challenge Cup last weekend.
Foderingham has been a virtual mainstay in the Gers’ starting line-up, and he has gone on to make 44 appearances in all competitions this season.
The former Crystal Palace trainee has been a very sturdy presence in Rangers’ goal, and he will be looking to prove that he can be similarly effective in the Scottish Premiership next season.