Rangers youngster Jordan Thompson has confirmed on Twitter that he will miss the rest of the season through injury, cutting his loan spell at Airdrieonians short.
Thompson, 19, started his career in the youth setup with Manchester United, but was released by the Red Devils last summer having failed to make the step up to the first team at Old Trafford.
Fortunately for the Northern Irishman, his dream club came calling. Thompson grew up a Rangers fan, and whilst being released by one of the biggest clubs in the world was no doubt a blow to the midfielder, he certainly landed on his feet when Rangers came calling.
Gers boss Mark Warburton snapped up Thompson after impressing on trial, handing him a two-year deal, largely with the intention of being a squad player this term and then kicking on in the future.
Thompson made just two first-team appearances for Rangers this season before being sent out on loan to Airdrieonians for the rest of the season back in February, where he has scored one goal in seven appearances.
However, his time with the Scottish League One outfit has now come to an end, after Thompson took to Twitter earlier today to reveal that an injury has ended his season.
The teenager did though wish Airdrieonians success, and thanked them for allowing him to play and helping him develop away from Ibrox.
Due to injury I'll be missing the rest of the season. Just want to wish @AirdrieoniansFC all the best for the rest of the season..— Jordan Thompson (@x88_j) April 13, 2016
.. and a big thank you for helping me through a chapter of my career. Great staff and a great bunch of lads. Thanks also to the fans— Jordan Thompson (@x88_j) April 13, 2016
Do you think Thompson can play a part for Rangers next season?