Former Rangers midfielder Fraser Aird has taken the unorthodox approach of touting his services to potential clubs on social media platform LinkedIn.
The eight-times capped Canada international last played for Dundee United and has shown his eagerness to secure a new club by touting his services publicly.
A Rangers fan and a player who never let the club down the most tumultuous times in our history, there won’t be a Rangers fan out there not wishing him the best in his search.
“Currently a free agent looking for a new opportunity within the UK or abroad. Former clubs include Rangers FC, Vancouver White Caps, Falkirk FC, Dunfermline FC, Queen Of The South FC and most recent Dundee United FC.
“With over 170 professional appearances and 8 caps for Canada, I’m a versatile midfielder who also has experience playing right back.”
The Rangers Academy graduate is still only 24 and is clearly keen to continue his career in football.
The midfielder made his breakthrough at Ibrox in 2012 as the club suffered financial difficulties and were relegated to the bottom tier of Scottish football.
Aird would spend five years at Ibrox after breaking through, playing 85 times, scoring 12 and spending one season on loan at the Vancouver Whitecaps.
After leaving Rangers, Aird would go on to play for Falkirk, Dunfermline, Dundee United and Queen of the South.