Teenage midfielder Jordan Rossiter has sent two messages on Twitter to fans of his former club Liverpool and new side Rangers expressing his sentiments.
Rossiter sealed his transfer to the Gers this weekend, with the club confirming the move via their official website.
Rossiter, who featured in both the Premier League and Europa League early this past season under former Reds boss Brendan Rodgers, thanked everybody at the Reds associated with his time there, which spanned more than a decade in their youth academy.
Had a brilliant 13 years at Liverpool, thanks to all the staff an players at who have helped along the way— Jordan Rossiter (@jordan_rossiter) May 15, 2016
He followed this up with a nod to his new side, expressing that he simply cannot wait to get started.
Rossiter is highly regarded and will get the chance to flourish under Rangers boss Mark Warburton, who is a big backer of youth, as shown by his willingness to get academy players involved this past season.
The now former Liverpool youngster had not received the same backing under Jurgen Klopp as he did with Brendan Rodgers, and his first team chances appear better with Rangers than had he decided to remain at Anfield.