By Danny Wright

13th Nov, 2017 | 10:55am

Top-flight winger gives emphatic response to question about signing for Rangers

By Danny Wright

Kilmarnock winger Dominic Thomas has made it clear that he will “never in a million years” sign for Rangers, when asked by a fan when he will be moving to Ibrox.

Rising star Thomas, 21, issued an emphatic show of animosity towards the Light Blues on his personal Twitter account when queried by a fan who seemingly is hopeful that the Killie flyer would move to Ibrox one day.

Thomas has been in good form for Premiership side Kilmarnock this season, making 12 appearances across all competitions, scoring two goals and supplying four assists in the process.

The Scotland Under-21 international has only played once in the Scottish top-flight since Steve Clarke has taken charge though, and that was a six minute cameo appearance at Parkhead against Celtic.

Thomas was born in Glasgow and his response on Sunday night issued a huge suggestion about where his support sways towards in the Old Firm.

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“Never in a million years,” he said on Twitter when asked by a Gers supporter.

Thomas’ remark seems to have gone down with Celtic fans, who have bombarded the post with replies poking fun at their bitter Glasgow rivals.

The winger failed to appear as an unused substitute when Rangers drew with Kilmarnock at Ibrox last month, in the game that saw Pedro Caixinha’s spell in charge come to an end just as Clarke’s started.

In other Rangers news, forget Derek McInnes, this 48-year-old should be the Gers’ top manager target after masterminding an astonishing rise.

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