Rangers midfielder Nicolas Raskin has sent a message to supporters after making his debut in the win over Ross County – and promised fans to fix his eye-catching socks.

The Belgian U21 international midfielder joined the Gers from Standard Liege on deadline day and was thrown into the clash with the Staggies after being awarded a work permit.

Rangers had made things difficult against Malky Mackay’s stubborn side and after losing a second half equaliser to Jordan White, with first-half substitute Malik Tillman opening the scoring, won the match 2-1 courtesy of a deflected Borna Barisic free-kick.

Nicolas Raskin comments on Rangers debut – and his socks

Coming on for the final seven minutes of the clash with Ross County, Nicolas Raskin left a solid impression on the watching Rangers support, and so did the player’s socks.

Wearing the traditional black and red Rangers socks low on his ankle – as several players have done in the past – the midfielder also appeared to cover much of them with white tape.

Forget the fact Ross County were wearing white socks – in a potential clash with those of Nicolas Raskin – but Rangers fans also made the choice a big talking point post-match.

Whilst Nicolas Raskin impressed v Ross County, it’s not like Rangers fans to focus on the little things *cough* and the player sent a message about his socks post-match.

“That magic feeling, thanks for the warm welcome!” Nicolas Raskin tweets.

“Hungry for more.PS: Right, next time I will fix my socks.”

Rangers fans have a penchant for the traditional and the club’s socks might be a small detail but it appears Nicolas Raskin is already learning about this.

The Gers use black and red socks alongside their iconic blue shirt and white shorts because they are the colour of the Royal Burgh of Govan, the area the Famous call home.

Meanwhile, an ex-Ibrox star has been apologising to fans over Morgan Whittaker.

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