Former Rangers captain Lee Wallace has described captaining the club he loves as the proudest moment of his career.
The iconic Rangers left-back stuck with the club during its darkest hour but left when his contract expired at the end of last season.
He has since signed on at QPR but emotionally revealed leading the Gers out is his proudest moment.
🎬 Last film?
😊 Proudest moment?
🍣 Signature dish?
— Queens Park Rangers FC (@QPR) June 18, 2019
Wallace’s final year at Rangers was one shrouded in mystery. The attacking left-back was largely left out of the side as the club toiled in that position.
This was off the back of a now infamous bust-up involving Kenny Miller and then caretaker boss Graeme Murty.
Rangers had just been mauled 4-0 by Celtic and needless to say, Wallace and Miller were fuming.
What was said that day remains a mystery, but Wallace never recovered his place in the side. Injuries also plagued the latter period of his Rangers career.
Rangers fans have wished him well as the icon of Ibrox moves on to the English Championship. As has current captain James Tavernier.
But some fans have been critical of the club for not sending Wallace a parting message, such has been his service to Rangers.
Not that any of that will dampen Wallace’s own view of his time at Rangers. For the new QPR player, nothing has topped captaining his club.