Murray Davidson shares his summer joke with Graham Dorrans

Graham Dorrans of Norwich celebrates during the Sky Bet Championship match between Nottingham Forest and Norwich City at the City Ground on September 17, 2016 in Nottingham, England.

Pedro Caixinha’s Glasgow Rangers brought Graham Dorrans to Ibrox from Norwich City in the summer transfer window.

Murray Davidson of St Johnstone vies with Chris Dagnall of Hibernian during the Scottish League Cup Semi final match between Hibernian and St Johnstone at Tynecastle Stadium on January 30,...

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson has revealed to The Scottish Sun what he told Rangers summer signing Graham Dorrans at the start of the season.

Dorrans joined Scottish Premiership club Rangers from Norwich City in the Championship in England in the summer transfer window.

According to Sky Sports, the Gers had to pay the Canaries a transfer fee of £1.3 million in order to secure the services of the Scotland international midfielder.

The former West Bromwich Albion midfielder, who started his professional club football career at Livingston, is a Rangers fan.

Davidson, 29, has revealed what he told 30-year-old Dorrans in the summer.

Graham Dorrans of Rangers in action during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and Hibernian at Ibrox Stadium on August 12, 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland.

“Even when he was in my youth team at Livingston, he was Rangers-daft,” Davidson told The Scottish Sun about Dorrans. “It’s not an act with him. He genuinely is a Rangers fan and was desperate to join.

“When I saw him in pre-season I had a laugh and joke with him and said ‘You finally made it’. I think having a couple of people like that in your team is a massive help.”

David Gray (L), of Hibernian is tackled by Graham Dorrans of Rangers during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and Hibernian at Ibrox Stadium on August 12, 2017 in...

Rangers will return to action on Friday evening when they take on St Johnstone away from home at McDiarmid Park in Perth in the Scottish Premiership.

Pedro Caixinha’s side are third in the league table at the moment with 14 points from eight matches, six points behind leaders and Old Firm rivals Celtic.

Meanwhile, St Johnstone currently find themselves fourth in the standings with 14 points from eight games.

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