Rangers star Todd Cantwell is making an impression at Ibrox and a clip of the player’s family proves he’s doing so in France too.
The former Norwich City midfielder was once amongst the highest-rated young talents in the English game but the last few seasons have seen his career stagnate.
Reigniting things with a January move to Rangers, Todd Cantwell – and his family – have already begun to feel right at home.
If the Instagram messages and Rangers sound bites weren’t a testament to this, then the fine form of Cantwell in his early Ibrox career has shown excellent promise.
The midfielder has begun to make a solid impression as the club and for now the shirt is most certainly his own.
The 25-year-old midfielder capped this start with his first Rangers strike in the 4-2 win over Motherwell and the family of Todd Cantwell could hardly contain their excitement.
Family of Todd Cantwell celebrate Rangers goal
In a clip uploaded by the player’s brother Jordan, it shows the player’s family having a ball at the Val Thorens ski resort in the French Alps.
But they took a break from all the skiing to celebrate their boy’s first strike for the Ibrox side.
It’s good to see the family of Todd Cantwell are taking to Rangers as quickly as the player is too.
The midfielder showed fine reactions to smash the ball home after a fine double save by Liam Kelly and let’s hope it’s the first of many in a Rangers jersey.
Meanwhile, the return of Ridvan Yilmaz is giving Gers fans a glimpse into the future.