Andy Halliday told how Michael Mols, Arthur Numan and Barry Ferguson were the names he had on the back of his Rangers strip as a youngster.
The midfielder is a life-long fan of the club and is realising a dream by appearing regularly under manager Mark Warburton.
He’s made 23 appearances for the club since signing on a free transfer in the summer.
And it must be some feeling for him to have Halliday on the back of his Rangers jersey after years of wearing the names of his Ibrox heroes.
Speaking to Rangers’ YouTube channel, the former Livingston midfielder explain what Christmas is like for him and whether or not he likes brussels sprouts.
But he first told some of the names he idolised as a young boy following the club, saying: “I always remember I had [Michael] Mols. I had Mols for a long time.
“I remember I had the [Arthur] Numan one too – it was the NTL white top, light blue bottom.
“And then, as I got older, it was always Barry Ferguson.”
It’s going to be a big festive period for Halliday and Rangers as they go up against title rivals Hibs at Ibrox next Monday.