Rangers attacking midfielder Harry Forrester has taken to social networking site Twitter to send messages after leaving the club on loan.
The 26-year-old has joined Neal Ardley’s side on a season-long loan deal after struggling to make a massive impact at Ibrox.
The attacking midfielder joined Rangers from Doncaster Rovers in January 2016 and made 44 appearances for the Glasgow giants, as reported by BBC Sport.
Forrester has taken to Twitter to send messages after completing the loan switch to AFC Wimbledon, with Rangers fans responding to him on the social networking site.
(1) Delighted to have sealed a loan move to @AFCWimbledon time to get back playing. Looking forward to the challenge ahead.— Harry Forrester (@harry_forrester) 23 August 2017
(2) I wish Rangers all the best for the rest of the season! I Will be keeping a eye out on the results, thanks for all the messages .. H— Harry Forrester (@harry_forrester) 23 August 2017
Harry get the head down and work your arse off you've got all the ability in the world don't waste it— peter kelman (@aberlourbear) 23 August 2017
hope you come back to us at the end of your loan deal Harry. Great to see you happy again.— Tracy Dicerbo (@urbluegirl) 23 August 2017
Shame youre away, never had a fair crack of whip considerin you playd for the jersey Good luck for the season pal Hopefully c u bk at ibrox!— John Moore (@Johncmoore27) 23 August 2017
Just come back n do what you were doing harry watp— Craig Nicolson (@Cazei34) 23 August 2017
All the best bud still a lot to come out of you just a shame no get the chance with rangers to prove it— mark lawrie (@JoeyBarton2013) 23 August 2017
Forrester is a good and creative midfielder, and although he failed to make a massive impact at Ibrox, he will prove to be a good signing for AFC Wimbledon this season.
The Dons have made a disappointing start to the 2017-18 campaign and have picked up just a single point from three League One matches so far this season.