Dean Windass says that he is a very proud father after watching his son, Josh, score on his debut for Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers last night.
Rangers took on Charleston Battery in their first pre-season friendly yesterday, and Windass played a starring role.
The striker lashed home Rangers’ first goal of the evening, to set them on their way to a 2-1 victory.
Windass’ overall performance was very impressive, and Dean was delighted to see his son get off to a flying start.
1st goal for rangers and there will be more to come proud dad this morning pic.twitter.com/zpWxYj3rUK— Dean Windass (@DWindass10) July 7, 2016
Rangers agreed a deal to bring Windass to Ibrox last January, but they had to wait until this summer for the youngster to join up with the squad.
Windass’ first-team experience so far has come at Accrington Stanley, meaning that he is taking a big step up by moving to the Glasgow giants.
There are high hopes for what Windass could achieve at Rangers, after he had an impressive season at League Two level last term.
Windass hit 17 goals in the 2015/16 campaign, and he will be in competition for a place in Rangers’ starting line-up with Martyn Waghorn.