Jamie Murphy admits he was unable to look at his phone in the days following his move to Rangers, as so many people were sending him good luck messages.
Murphy arrives at Rangers on a five-month loan deal, with the Ibrox club having the opportunity to sign him permanently at the end of the season.
And as a boyhood Gers fan, it appears the 28-year-old is currently living the dream, having spent his first week as a Rangers player in the United States for the Florida Cup.
Now that the squad have returned to Scotland though, all eyes are turning to Sunday’s Scottish Cup clash against Fraserburgh, where Murphy could make his debut.
Here’s hoping the flurry of good-luck messages have subsided for the ex-Brighton wide man though, as it could be a very long trip to Bellslea Park without his mobile phone for entertainment…
Murphy joins Jason Cummins, Sean Goss and ex-Norwich City skipper Russell Martin as a new arrival at Rangers, with Graeme Murty admitting earlier this afternoon that he has his eye on more January reinforcements.