Dean Windass responds with hilarious tweet after new Rangers contract for son Josh
Josh Windass signed a new contract with the Gers on Friday that will see him remain at Ibrox until 2021.
And after penning the new deal, his father Dean Windass, took to Twitter to congratulate his son and joked if he could ‘lend me a tenner.’
Please for u son very proud dad today now u can lend me a tenner xx
— Dean Windass (@DWindass10) February 16, 2018
It is yet more good news for the Scottish Premier League side after only earlier this week Gers full-back James Tavernier also extended his terms with the club until 2021.
Since Graeme Murty took over from Pedro Caixinha, Windass has played in every game for the Scottish giants.
There were suggestions in the aftermath of the transfer window that the 24-year-old was not happy at Ibrox and wanted to quit after the club did not offer him an improved contract.
And following a goal celebration that appeared to hush Gers supporters when he scored the first of Rangers two goals in their win over Partick Thistle, there seemed to be issues between the midfielder and supporters.
However, the new deal should put all talk of fractions between the player and the Light Blues faithful to bed.
12 goals in 30 outings this season is a fantastic output for a midfielder who has the chance to add to that tally on Sunday when Rangers play Hamilton Academical in the Scottish Premier League.
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