By Danny Wright

Former Scotland international Don Hutchison has revealed that the biggest regret of his career was not playing for Rangers.

The 45-year-old made the admission on his personal Twitter account after he was asked if he wished he had taken his career to Scotland.

Hutchison was regarded as a journeyman in his career and played for nine different English clubs including Liverpool, Newcastle and Everton.

Although the ex-midfielder was born in Gateshead, he was born to a Scottish father and earned 25 international caps for the Tartan Army, scoring six goals.

He revealed in a different tweet that he was presented with the chance to move to Ibrox in 2001.

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Gers competed with West Ham for Hutchison’s signature after an impressive season with Sunderland, but he opted to undergo a second spell at Upton Park and secured a £5million transfer – a club record fee at the time.

Hutchison wound down his career with spells at Millwall, Coventry and Luton before retiring in 2008.

He failed to win any major silverware during his career but had he moved to Ibrox things could have been different.

Rangers secured a domestic treble in 2003 and were Scottish League champions on two occasions between 2001 and Hutchison’s retirement.

In other Rangers news, David Bates has reacted to Pedro Caixinha’s criticism after the draw with Kilmarnock.

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