By Will Butcher
Wes Foderingham has revealed his delight at securing his 100th career clean sheet, as Rangers convincingly beat Kilmarnock 3-0.
The former Swindon goalkeeper secured the tremendous career achievement on Saturday, as the Gers moved into second place in the Scottish Premiership.
Posting on his personal Instagram account, Foderingham revealed that he was humbled to win his 100th clean sheet after keeping his first for Swindon in October 2011.
The 25-year-old is the undisputed number one goalkeeper at Ibrox ahead of veteran Matt Gilks, after moving to Glasgow last summer from Swindon.
Graduating from the Crystal Palace academy, Foderingham has featured 63 times in all competitions for the 54-time Scottish champions and is considered one of the best English goalkeepers outside of the Premier League.
The convincing win against Kilmarnock has ushered aside criticism aimed at newly-promoted Rangers, who had previously won just four of their top-flight encounters.
However, the Gers still sit nine points off Old Firm rivals Celtic, as Brendan Rodgers side continue to assert their authority over the rest of the Scottish Premiership sides.
In other Rangers news, Harry Forrester has posted this message after the Gers secured three points on Saturday.