Rangers midfielder Jordan Rossiter set tongues wagging when he posted a cryptic tweet on his personal social media account on Thursday.
The Gers ace has spent much of this season sidelined through injury after missing virtually the whole of last season but it appears the 20-year-old may have had some good news related to his recovery.
Rossiter posted a photo of himself on his personal Twitter account that shows in action for the Gers against Dundee last season, along with a thumbs up emoticon in his first post on the social media site in almost six months.
Fans quickly put two and two together and arrived at the conclusion it was good news – and were quick to offer their best wishes to the former Liverpool youngster.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
— Craig Kore (@CraigAtTheTop) January 4, 2018
The fans are right behind you mate. Looking forward to seeing you back in action 👍
— Greenock Britannia Loyal RSC (@GBL_RSC) January 4, 2018
Are you fit again Jordan? I hope so. Very obvious talent just need a bit of luck and a run in the team to show your class
— Andy The Photo Dr ♿️ 🏴 (@andythephotoDr) January 4, 2018
Never wanted a person to succeed more than u! Keep at it!! No surrender
— Bnz (@bnziebryan) January 4, 2018
Hope this means your nearing a return, cracking player 💙🇬🇧
— Craig Arthur (@craigyboywfb) January 4, 2018
Heres hoping Jordan, you are our future captain, leader, league winner, Champions league superstar !!!!
— SirDave™ (@SirDave2010) January 4, 2018
Rossiter made a handful of appearances at the start of both of the last two seasons before injury put a premature end to his campaign but Rangers fans are desperate to see the talented Scouser in regular action for the Gers after arriving with a big reputation.
The former England youth internationals is under contract at Ibrox until 2020 and was tipped for the very top as he made his way through Liverpool’s Academy as a youngster.
While out injured, Rossiter was sent to the FA’s St. George’s Park to get to the root of his injury problems and it looks as though there might finally have been a breakthrough.
It’s unclear whether Rossiter will be part of the party who travel to Florida on Saturday to take part in the Florida Cup but it could be an indication of the player’s fitness if he jets out with the rest of the first-team squad to face Corinthians and Atletico Mineiro.
In other Rangers news, a defender has agreed terms for a temporary ibrox exit.