By Will Butcher
Rangers fans have reacted positively on Twitter to the performance of young midfielder Josh Windass as Rangers drew 1-1 with Ross County.
The midfielder was in impressive form for the Gers but was unable to help his side secure all three points away from Ibrox as Ross County held firm.
Summer signing Clint Hill scored first for the 54-time Scottish champions inside the first 10 minutes, but they were pegged back by County who equalised towards the end of the first half.
Alongside Andy Halliday and Jason Holt in midfield in the absence of veteran duo Joey Barton and Niko Kranjcar, Windass looked calm and assured on the ball.
Rangers fans were impressed with the performance of Windass, with many fans believing that the 22-year-old midfield ace was the only Gers player to show passion during their disappointing draw.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Woeful. We should be hammering those kind of teams. Only man looking decent today was Windass. Worrying times.
— Andrew (@AndrewDoc) November 6, 2016
@jmsg0183 name me one player that hasnt? Windass maybe the only player to play ok and he was fouled all game
— Scott Brown (@scott_brown1989) November 6, 2016
@TheLoudenTavern not acceptable Hill and Windass get pass marks, the rest were atrocious
— Craig Melrose (@melrose_craig) November 6, 2016
Windass – beaut hair and nutmeg merchant. Shows in flashes what he can do but has no consistency
— Al (@SashAndWindass) November 6, 2016
Actually no one wants the ball except windass
— gillian (@gillianmchargx) November 6, 2016
Massive clear out needed in the summer. Build the team around Rossiter & Windass.
— Billy (@McCondichieB) November 6, 2016
@RangersCulture What on earth has happened to Waggy and McKay 😥 Windass played well today and the two you mentioned! Unacceptable 2nd half
— Scott Campbell (@ScottCampbell39) November 6, 2016
Only players who show any form of direction or want to take on a man are windass and ohalloran 🤔
— Mark (@MarkBarr_) November 6, 2016
Windass, son of former Premier league striker Dean, signed for the Gers after a hugely impressive spell last term with League Two outfit Accrington Stanley as they reached the playoffs.
The Gers’ number 11 has scored just one goal in 10 league and cup encounters for Mark Warburton’s side this season, though.
In other Rangers news, fans have also reacted to the performance of striker Joe Garner.