22-year-old Greg Docherty headed out of Rangers at the beginning of the season to spend time out on loan with English League One side Shrewsbury Town, and since arriving at the New Meadow, the midfielder has made six starting appearances with a further showing from the substitutes bench.
He’s also scored two goals in their last two matches against Portsmouth and Southend United, and in taking the Man of the Match award from his last showing, plenty of Rangers fans were happy to wish him well on social media following a Tweet he posted.
Top result and performance from the team today! Delighted to get another goal and MOM. Great end to a great week! ????⚽️ https://t.co/UZYnF5469G
— Greg Docherty (@Gregdocherty96) September 15, 2018
With him talking a little time to find his feet and make the adjustment, he’s certainly beginning to show his talents for them and plenty of fans are looking forward to welcoming him back, with some thinking he has a big part to play in our future.
— rangers (@rangers19625157) September 15, 2018
Future Rangers captain @Gregdocherty96 ????
— Dan Winter (@AndyG1872) September 15, 2018
Good to see you finding your feet down there bud,now get that team up the table and get them into the championship
— Craig Murray (@TheStig4677) September 15, 2018
— Rangers Central (@GersCentral) September 15, 2018
Looking forward to you being a big star at Ibrox.
— James Anderson (@wjanderson1) September 16, 2018
Want you at Rangers wee man. Keep proving everyone why you deserve to wear the jersey. Well deserved. Keep it up. ????⚪????
— Donaldinho (@Donaldo88) September 15, 2018
Keep up the good work pal. You’ll be back in Royal Blue very soon. ????⚪️????????????
— andrew murray (@drusincmur) September 15, 2018
Well done Greg. Keep working hard . You will get your chance. We are the people.
— Alex Robertson (@Cruixranger) September 15, 2018
Keep doing what your doing you will come back to Ibrox a much better player for the experience your getting down there
— ryan mcclure (@razzamc72) September 15, 2018
Whether or not he can live up to those expectations, the game time he’s getting will undoubtedly bring him on far more than what sitting on the bench will do and we’ll just have to see what the future holds.