Rangers fans are sure to love former Gers attacker Greg Stewart’s latest passionate comments about his time at the club.

Stewart was recently released following a two-year stint at Ibrox.

Stewart celebrates scoring against Hearts in December 2019, one of three goals he scored for the club. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

He didn’t feature much last season but made 33 Rangers appearances overall, scoring three goals and notching seven assists, while he has a precious league winners medal to show for his efforts.

Having grown up supporting the club, it was a dream come true for him to pull on the famous jersey and he took the responsibility that comes with it extremely seriously.

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“For two years, I was playing for Rangers and I loved every minute of it,” he said [Daily Record]. “To go in there every day to train and represent that badge meant everything to me.”

“The amount of sleepless nights I had, thinking about stopping the 10 and winning that title was incredible. Because I knew what 55 meant to people, I don’t think I had a decent sleep for two years.

“In fact, my first good night’s sleep was probably after we beat St Mirren at the start of March to effectively get us over the line. That’s when I finally knew it was over and it was party time. It was everything for me. I actually stopped my life because it was so important. I’ve hardly done anything, socially, for two years.”

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As a passionate Rangers fan, Stewart’s time at Ibrox was extra special. (Photo by Jose Manuel Alvarez/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

These comments will be music to the ears of Bears.

It’s every fan’s dream to play for their club and while Stewart wasn’t the most gifted player in the group during his time at Ibrox, it’s clear that he never took his opportunity for granted.

Now a free agent, his future is uncertain.

However, while he no doubt has several more seasons left in him, it’s apparent that if he was forced to retire tomorrow, he’d still been immensely satisfied with his career, given that he played a part in winning such an important title for Rangers.

In other news, a club president has given an update on the future of another player who left Ibrox earlier this month.

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