Rangers midfielder Steven Davis earned the plaudits of the club during the week after he made his milestone 300th appearance in an Ibrox shirt.
The Northern Irish legend reached the landmark in the 1-1 draw with Motherwell and ever since has been lavished with the sort of praise he received when he broke the Ulster cap record.
But there’s one commendation and gift which might mean amongst the most as legendary Ibrox kitman Jimmy Bell stitches a commemoration into a special Rangers kit.
Davo, 36, took to Instagram to thank Jimmy Bell for making the kit and it’s a very nice touch from the Ibrox staffer who has worked with Davis during the Northern Irishman’s two spells at Rangers.
“Wee gift from the legend that is Jimmy Bell after the weekends game,” writes Davis [Instagram]
“300th appearance for this great club.”
Despite being in the latter half of his 30s Davis continues to be an influential player for Rangers at home and in Europe.
A fantastic football brain who sets the tone and tempo of the side, Davis continues to impress and shows an engine which defies his latter years.
Davis was at Rangers when the club won their last title in 2011 and the 124-cap Ulsterman will surely get his hands on the next one when the Gers are crowned Champions in May.
To date, Davis has eight major trophies with Rangers including three Scottish Premier League titles and the midfielder was part of the side which reached the UEFA Cup Final in 2008.
In 300 appearances, Davis has also scored 24 goals for the side over two spells which span eight playing seasons.
Rangers fans themselves have been paying tribute to a club legend as Steven Davis was heralded by the Ibrox support for his contribution to the club over the years.