Fans of Premiership outfit Motherwell want their club to sign former Rangers goalkeeper Liam Kelly on a permanent deal.
Kelly graduated from the Academy system at Ibrox and was part of the first-team squad on either side of loan spells with East Fife and Livingston.
However, after growing frustrated at a lack of playing time, he left permanently for Livi in 2018.
Following an impressive season in West Lothian, he was snapped up by former Gers boss Mark Warburton and brought to EFL Championship club QPR alongside former Rangers skipper Lee Wallace.
Kelly found himself down the pecking order during the first half of his second campaign at Loftus Road, though, and joined Motherwell on loan in January in search of minutes.
He quickly established himself as the no.1 keeper during what has been a difficult period for the Fir Park club.
The Steelmen have struggled at both ends of the pitch for the majority of the season and after nine appearances, Kelly had only managed a solitary shutout.
Things are beginning to look up both individually and collectively, though, with the former Ger keeping clean sheets in consecutive Premiership matches in the past week.
Kelly made a pair of saves in a 0-0 draw at St Mirren on Wednesday night and then a further three in a surprise 2-0 win at third-placed Hibernian on Saturday.
Motherwell shared a clip of a particularly impressive save from a Christian Doidge shot on Twitter on Sunday evening, in which Kelly rushes out from his line and blocks the goal-bound effort with a strong outstretched left hand.
The 25-year-old former Ger then shared the clip on his own page and received praise from fans who urged their club’s board to make his loan deal permanent ahead of next season.
Here’s a selection of reactions:
He is an outstanding keeper, we are lucky to have him, hopefully we can have him next season as well👏
— Del Sommerville (@Del1589) February 28, 2021
Sign him up
— Steven McD (@Steffmcd80) February 28, 2021
😍 tremendous 👏
— Stuart Harker (@99Harker) February 28, 2021
No fancy staying a bit longer brer?
— Ryan Brennan (@razaboombastic) February 28, 2021
Absolute baller 💪🏻💪🏻
— Jonny Arbuckle (@ArbuckleJonny) February 28, 2021
club better pay out whatever wages you’re asking for next season big man🧤
— 𝙧𝙤𝙨𝙨 𝙩 (@_rosstaylor04) March 1, 2021
Big and brave…👊
— Steviereid (@steviereid1886) February 28, 2021
Motherwell and Kelly look to be pulling away from relegation trouble but two other former Gers look set for relegation following their current club’s 21st defeat of a dismal season.