Rangers completed their first signing of the January transfer window on Wednesday afternoon, as QPR midfielder Sean Goss joined the club on loan.
The Gers – who have appointed Graeme Murty as their manager until the end of the season – came into the transfer window needing new faces, and they have their first one in through the door in Goss.
Formerly of Manchester United, Goss only joined QPR in January 2017, but he has failed to make any league appearances for the R's this season.
Now, the German-born midfielder, who can also play in defence, joins Rangers until the end of the season, and may have one eye on a permanent move after a miserable 2017 at Loftus Road.
After completing his move to Ibrox, Goss took to Twitter to send a message to Rangers fans, stating that he was delighted to be joining the club and that he can't wait to get going.
Goss received a message from Swansea City striker Oliver McBurnie, with the Scot wishing Goss luck at at such a 'massive club' as Rangers.
Gers fans clamoured for McBurnie to make a move to Ibrox himself, suggesting that he should be Rangers' next signing, following Goss to Ibrox as he again praised Rangers on social media.
Right Oli, up the road.— David Peat (@DavidPeat1) January 3, 2018
Not even joking now, get down to ibrox boot the door in and write yourself up a contract.— Only team for me (@FTSx7) January 3, 2018
You should be next Oli!— Beth x (@Titch9x) January 3, 2018
Keep touting us Ollie and you'll get the move one day mate.— Graeme McIntosh (@mcintosh_graeme) January 3, 2018
Join him— Foreverblue (@AlwaysRangerFc) January 3, 2018
Get yourself up the road son— DISCO (@youngdavid85) January 3, 2018