Rangers forward Andy Halliday has become somewhat of a cult hero at the club since he moved back to Ibrox in the summer.
The 23-year-old came through the ranks at his boyhood heroes between 2003 and 2006 before moving on to Livingston where he made his name earning a move to Middlesbrough with loan spells at Walsall, Blackpool and Bradford City following.
And new boss Mark Warburton decided to give the Glasgow-born youngster another crack at the Gers, a gamble which has paid off with three goals in eight appearances his return.
However, Halliday – who grew up with transfer saga star and Celtic midfielder Scott Allan as his best friend – has quickly became a fans’ favourite.
Now fans sing his name from the stands he once sat in – a feat which the striker has revealed he can’t get enough of – and in pubs.
A video has tonight emerged on Facebook of one supporter dancing in his pants alongside a pub full of fans singing the Halliday song to the tune of KC and the Sunshine Band’s 1983 hit Give It Up.
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