By Harvey Byrne
Josh Windass reacted on Twitter to Rangers drawing fierce rivals Celtic in the League Cup semi-final with two eye emoji’s, signifying his interest in the tie.
The two sides were drawn together on Thursday evening with the match scheduled to take place at neutral venues.
Windass, 22, took to his personal Twitter account immediately once the draw had been made to share his excitement at the draw.
The two sides met less than two weeks a go in the league, which saw Celtic run out comfortable 5-1 winners.
Windass started the match and played the full 90 minutes and he will be keen to get revenge on the Glaswegian rivals.
The youngster completed a move to the Scottish giants from League Two side Accrington in the summer in a £60,000 and he has become a regular in Mark Warburton’s midfield.
He has made five appearances for the side since moving in the summer transfer window and has bagged one goal.
The Gers only won promotion back to Scotland’s top flight this season and fans will be keen to see their side compete with Celtic once again.
They currently sit in fifth place with nine points from their opening six games.
In other Rangers team news, Joey Barton has revealed on Twitter that he will remain at the club when his suspension finishes in three weeks time.