Cammy Bell shares the one frustration he has from Rangers spell but insists he has no regrets

General view during the match

The 29-year-old left Ibrox after failing to make a single appearance for Glasgow Rangers since Mark Warburton took over.

Rangers' Cammy Bell walks off at half time

Cammy Bell has admitted that while he has no regrets about his time with Rangers, he has been left frustrated about what proved to be his final game for the club, The Scottish Sun reports.

The one-time Scotland international completed a move to Dundee United this week despite The Scottish Sun reporting that he still had another year left on his contract at Ibrox.

But having failed to make a single appearance for the Light Blues since Mark Warburton arrived last summer, it is hardly surprising that the 29-year-old has decided to pursue another challenge in trying to help United return to the Scottish Premiership at the first time of asking.

Rangers' manager Mark Warburton (L) and assistant manager David WeirBell failed to make a single appearance under Mark Warburton

His departure means that his appearance in the 2014-15 play-off final will go down as his final competitive game for the Gers. And having made a terrible blunder in the second-leg of their tie with Motherwell - Bell tried to punch a looping effort away but the ball seemingly slid off his glove and ended up in the back of the net - he admitted some disappointment that that was one of his final actions for the side, before insisting that it does not overshadow the journey he enjoyed.

"It's frustrating that was my final action for Rangers, but it's never played a big part on my mind," he told The Scottish Sun.

"Last season was always about trying to get back and trying to get a couple of games.

"There are no regrets about what happened at Rangers, it was a great three years for me."

Rangers' Lee Wallace and teammates celebrate winning the Scottish Championship with the trophyBell was part of the Gers side that clinched promotion back to the Scottish Premiership

With Bell arguably reaching an age when most stoppers begin to enjoy their best years, it is hardly surprising that he has chosen to seek a move elsewhere. 

Though Wes Foderingham was not perfect during his first season with Rangers, he showed the kind of glimpses of real quality that suggest that he deserves to continue as the side's number one, which could have left Bell enduring another frustrating campaign on the bench had he not left.

But while his exit now means that one of his last actions was the mistake against Motherwell, he will also be able to reflect on the fact that he was part of the team that helped take Rangers from the doldrums back to the top flight. 

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