As Rangers ran out 1-0 winners over Kilmarnock at Ibrox the club’s fans got the chance to see January signing and ex-Aberdeen star Scott Wright for the second time.
The tricky winger was given ten minutes plus injury time to leave an impression with the Ibrox supporters and certainly caught the eye.
Wright, 23, wasn’t scared to get on the ball and showed some neat touches and brave passes as Steven Gerrard’s side edged out the victory.
The club’s fans took to Twitter to praise the ex-Dons forward who also impressed in his brief cameo in the 1-1 draw with Hamilton:
Scott Wright gets tore right in. Like the look a him very much 👏🏼
— Billy_. (@TheQuietKid18) February 13, 2021
Think Scott Wright should start next weekend. He's looked good in both games.
— Iain (@CemetryGates89) February 13, 2021
Thank you Rangers for making an old man age visibly during the 90 minutes 👍
P.S. the boy Scott Wright looks decent
— Tr5m5ndo (@TremendoHendo72) February 13, 2021
Really like the look of Scott Wright, have a feeling about him.
— Rangers Van Banter (@RangersBanter17) February 13, 2021
Scott Wright doing bits.
— TII Podcast & Blog (@thisisibrox) February 13, 2021
Scott Wright looks a player btw
— 10 can dan (@10candan) February 13, 2021
Scott Wright starts the next game for me.
— David (@BF4Loyal) February 13, 2021
Was impressed with Scott Wright today, thought he played well in the last 15 minutes for rangers
— Robert Van Bronckhorst 🇳🇱 👌 (@RangersRobbie83) February 13, 2021
Scott Wright will definitely slot in perfectly with us.
— Kevin Edward Grant Wakeham 🇺🇦 (@KEGW1995) February 13, 2021
Scott Wright looks like he’s been at Ibrox years.
— J Bluenose (@NorseSon) February 13, 2021
Like the look of scott wright, he likes to get stuck right in, fair play lad 👏
— Alex (@alegil2101) February 13, 2021
Scott Wright looks like he could be a decent player for us. I know it's early to judge with only 2 sub appearances but early signs are positive.
— Island Bear (@willienic) February 13, 2021
Wright’s Ibrox debut also came whilst Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes claimed he wanted to keep the winger and that the Pittodrie board sanctioned the player’s move to Ibrox on deadline day.
The Dons have now gone five Scottish Premiership matches without a goal following their 0-0 draw with St Mirren with the pressure mounting behind the Aberdeen manager.
“Scott Wright leaving on the last day of the window; would I have wanted to keep him? Absolutely I wanted to keep him,” said McInnes [Daily Record].
“I would have because the boy was committed to us.
“It’s a board decision. There is money there to come in.
“So it was disappointing to lose him but I accept it. It’s not the first player I have lost through transfers.”
Wright’s transfer to Rangers has caused a bit of a stir in the northeast with the Aberdeen supporters subjecting the player to abuse for signing for their rivals.