By Abigail Withey
Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has dropped a big Twitter hint that he plans to stay at the club for many years to come.
The 26-year-old claimed on his personal Twitter account at the week that he is aiming to make 200 appearances for the Light Blues after reaching the 100-game milestone on Saturday.
Foderingham brought up his century during Rangers’ stunning 4-1 victory against Dundee.
The English keeper has become a key feature of the Gers first team squad after moving from Swindon on a free transfer back in 2015.
His public celebration comes just weeks after Football Insider exclusively revealed that Nottingham Forest had submitted a formal bid for the keeper as Mark Warburton pursued a reunion.
The Englishman posted a picture of himself on his personal Twitter account with ‘100’ displayed across his shirt alongside his message which said that he was “honoured” to have reached the milestone at the club already.
He also stated: “Here’s to the next 100”.
Honoured to have played 100 games for this great club already. Thank you for your support and here's to the next 100 ???????? ????⚪️???? pic.twitter.com/n9dgToertL
— Wes Foderingham (@wes_foderingham) September 10, 2017
The stopper signed a new contract at the Glaswegian club last summer which will see his deal expire in 2019.
During his 100 appearances Foderingham has kept a total of 40 clean sheets and has become a firm fan favourite throughout the past few seasons after he helped the club to the Championship title and Scottish Cup Final during his debut campaign.
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