Josh Windass says his goal against Celtic last weekend led to the best feeling of his life.
The Rangers attacker opened the scoring in the game at Ibrox after just two minutes, stripping Dedryck Boyata of the ball before racing through on goal to fire beyond Scott Bain.
It was a dream start for Rangers and Windass in a game they would have been confident of winning.
And despite Celtic twice coming back from a goal down to win 3-2, Windass says the short period following his goal was the best feeling of his life.
Fresh from picking up the Ladbrokes Player of the Month award for February, Windass spoke to the press today and, per Rangers’ official Twitter account, said: “I always believed I could have scored goals and I’m glad to have done so this season and I’m enjoying playing football for this football club.
“It was the best feeling of my life for the short period after scoring that goal and I want to build on this to continue to score goals in big moments.”
It was Windass’ first goal against Celtic and he should be motivated to get many more now after experiencing it.
Daniel Candeias added another for Rangers after Tom Rogic scored for Celtic, but it was the Hoops who won it with further goals from Moussa Dembele and Odsonne Edouard.
Rangers will attempt to bounce back against Kilmarnock at Ibrox this weekend.