Fans of the Ibrox club aren't pleased with one Glasgow Rangers player.
It seems like Jason Holt has caught a bit of flak from Rangers fans over recent comments.
Speaking to a press conference via Rangers TV on Thursday, the 24-year-old claimed that he and his team-mates are well capable of handling pressure.
The Gers are fourth in the Scottish Premiership after last Saturday's shock 2-0 defeat by Hamilton at Ibrox, a result which has caused a gloomy mood among the fanbase to some extent.
Things had been somewhat cheery prior to that as caretaker manager Graeme Murty - deputising for axed Pedro Caixinha who still hasn't been replaced - managed two wins early on in his temporary stint.
But the pressure is back on the Ibrox side ahead of tonight's trip to Dundee and some of the club's fans would rather Holt and his team-mates focus on actions and not words.
Nah your really just ripping the pish now— William (@WTownsley) November 23, 2017
Clearly they can’t with the current home results.— Graham (@specificgers) November 24, 2017
Our players should be gagged !!— johnwatson (@cheeser1965) November 23, 2017
He can't tackle, he can't header, he can't win a 50/50 he can't shell 60 yard passes, he's not got a through ball in him, why is he @ our club. Never mind handle the pressure, he doesn't have the ability— Tommy Campbell (@TommyCampbell80) November 23, 2017
Just words. We need actions on the pitch— HeisenBear (@HeisenBear78) November 23, 2017
Don't agree with him one bit,our club is to big for some.He should know as soon as the jersey is on its a win anything less is not good enough.— UJ (@spotonspotty) November 23, 2017
Holt has emerged as a prominent player for Rangers under Murty, starting the last three games and he will be expected to begin in midfield again at Dundee this evening.
He scored in the 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock which turned out to be Caixinha's last game in charge.