Former Rangers midfielder David Templeton has won the Scottish Premiership Player of the Month award for his displays for Hamilton throughout November - and Rangers fans have reacted on Twitter.
The 28-year-old had a hand in four goals during his three outings for Hamilton in the top tier of Scottish football, scoring two goals against Aberdeen and former side Rangers as well as providing assists when facing the Dons and Hibernian.
Accies boss Martin Canning also held aloft the Manager of the Month award, as he guided his side to two impressive draws against Aberdeen and Hibernian as well as a 2-0 win over Templeton's former side.
Templeton and another ex-Rangers ace Darren Lyon scored in the win, taking his tally for the season to four goals and five assists from midfield in 15 league and cup outings.
Joining Ibrox club Rangers from Hearts in the summer of 2012, Templeton scored 27 goals and provided 26 assists in 88 games but injuries got the better of him and he was released as a free agent before Hamilton snapped him up.
Rangers fans took to Twitter as news broke of Templeton's award, with some fans congratulating their former player while some were frustrated to see him have success elsewhere. One fan bemoaned his injury problems, stating "good to see he was fit for a month".
Deserved wee temps— jonnyknight (@BigJonKnight) December 6, 2017
Fair play— mark king (@ohmydosh1972) December 6, 2017
Good to see he was fit for a month— SJM (@Notlongnoo) December 6, 2017
David Templeton the player of the month, well done.— Andrew Lindsay (@andyboi1873) December 6, 2017
More impressed he's lasted a month without an injury if am honest
Within 72 hours, Templeton will pick up an injury which will ruin his season. https://t.co/hWfqATJVCd— James Black (@jamesablack) December 6, 2017
Good for him, would have loved for him to have been a success at Rangers, let's hope he can steer clear of injury— RuggyEBTbear (@RuggybearAl) December 6, 2017