Wes Foderingham arrived at Rangers from Swindon Town in 2015.
A firm favourite with then manager Mark Warburton, the former England youth international received the nod ahead of Cammy Bell.
He cemented that starting spot and went on to win both the Scottish Championship and Challenge Cup, during a successful first campaign.
Seemingly without viable competition, he remained an ever-present for two further seasons.
However, times have changed for the 27 year-old under Steven Gerrard’s tenure.
He is now warming the bench on a weekly basis, after the return of Allan McGregor. Two starts in the League Cup are the only occasions he has seen action to date.
Few could argue with his ousting, considering McGregor’s outstanding form for club and country. Yet, it must still be a bitter pill to swallow.
While pundits praise former understudy Liam Kelly for his displays in a Livingston shirt, Foderingham is in limbo.
Every big club needs a capable back up option in goal. But after Foderingham’s three-year unopposed reign as number one, this new role will take a bit of getting used to.