Swansea forward Oli McBurnie has raved about Jason Cummings after he scored his first goal for Rangers in the 2-1 win against Ross County in Dingwall on Sunday afternoon.
Cummings, 22, came off the bench to replace Alfredo Morelos in the 79th minute and wasted no time to make his mark against the Staggies when he netted three minutes later.
The former Hibernian striker was snapped up on loan from Nottingham Forest earlier this month and is widely reported to have the option to make his stay at Ibrox permanent in the summer.
McBurnie, who is a well-known Rangers supporter, took to his personal Twitter account on Sunday to delivers his verdict as Cummings found the net.
“Cumdog!!!!!! Hahahahahaha was only a matter of time,” he said.


Cummings helped Hibs win the Scottish Championship title last season and impressed so much that he earned a £1million move to Forest to play for ex-Rangers manager Mark Warburton.
However his time in England had not exactly been easy as the forward scored just four goals in 17 appearances across all competitions.
He made his debut when he came off the bench against Aberdeen on Wednesday night and it is very likely that he could earn a full debut against Fraserburgh in the Scottish Cup next week if Graeme Murty wants to give Morelos a rest.
In other Rangers news, these English high-flyers have approached for an international attacker after the Gers tabled a bid.
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