The Hibs manager was part of BT Sport’s punditry team last night for the Premiership play-off semi-final between Dundee United and Falkirk at Tannadice.
He knows all about what it takes to manage one of Glasgow’s big clubs after his four-year spell there from 2010.
And when asked what he thought of Caixinha’s tenure at Ibrox so far, Lennon didn’t hold back with his criticism:
"I think he's been average to say the least."
Neil Lennon's brutal assessment of Pedro Caixinha's tenure as Rangers boss so far. pic.twitter.com/swLIg4n3NO
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Rangers are set to finish the season third in the Premiership table without any trophies.
Caixinha has been in charge since March, taking over nine games, winning five, drawing two and losing the other two – both defeats coming at the hands of rivals Celtic.
His first loss was a disappointing 2-0 defeat to the Hoops in the Scottish Cup semi-final before the same fixture at Ibrox ended in a 5-1 win for the champions.
Is Lennon right to criticise Caixinha considering he’s only been in charge for a short time?