Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are back in the Scottish Premiership this season.
Stan Collymore has renewed his feud with Rangers by taking a cheap shot at the Glasgow club on Twitter.
Rangers are back in the Premiership for the first time this season after being demoted to the fourth tier of Scottish football back in 2012.
Currently, Mark Warburton's side have done okay. The Gers are second in the table but they, along with every other side in the division, have just been blown away by Celtic, who boast an eight-point lead at the summit and three games in hand.
Collymore, who is no stranger to criticising those on the blue half of the Old Firm divide, was asked on Twitter how the Glasgow side have done on their return.
And the former Premier League striker responded with a dig, suggesting that Rangers before their financial meltdown are a separate entity to the club which fought its way back into the big time.
@StanCollymore What's your thoughts on how "The Rangers" are doing this season in their first ever season in the top flight?— Craig Hunter (@Hunter2Stars) December 12, 2016
Great to see a start up doing so well. Its tough for new companies, i know, I’ve just started one myself. Hope they don’t fold. https://t.co/mmqxCzCw7J— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) December 12, 2016
Collymore can often be found using the initials HH on Celtic-related tweets in reference to the club's Hail Hail song.
The 45-year-old has incurred the wrath of Rangers fans in the past over a number of issues, including sectarianism, and his latest offering is unlikely to go down well either.