It's safe to say that Harry Forrester's loan spell at AFC Wimbledon isn't going to plan.
The Rangers attacker joined the League One side on a season-long loan back in August but has only managed two goals and two assists in 16 league outings since then.
And things went from bad to worse for the Gers winger on Saturday when the 26-year-old was sent off in their 4-0 defeat at home to Wigan Atheltic.
Even worse, Wimbledon were only 1-0 down when Forrester picked up his second yellow card on 69 minutes, before the flood gates well and truly opened for the Latics.
All things considered, his long-term future at Ibrox is looking bleak and two goals in 16 League One games does not inspire confidence that he is ever going to be good enough for the Scottish Premiership.
Forrester was immense when Mark Warburton signed him for Rangers - then in the Championship - almost two years ago, but his influence waned once the Gers won promotion back to the big time and it seems that the club has moved on.