Rangers got back to winning ways on Saturday in the Scottish Premiership, coming from behind to beat Hearts 3-1 at Murrayfield.
Kenny Miller, who had been left out of the first-team squad for weeks by recently sacked manager Pedro Caixinha, was the inspiration for the victory, scoring a goal in each half to turnaround a 1-0 scoreline.
Rangers’ win was made complete by Josh Windass whose low drive made things comfortable in the late stages of the match.
The afternoon threatened to be one that would pile more misery on the Light Blues when former player Kyle Lafferty banged a classy free-kick into the top corner past Wes Foderingham.
The Northern Ireland international was in good form all afternoon, leaving some Rangers fans thinking that they’d liked to see him ply his trade at Ibrox.
Lafferty spent successful years in Glasgow before leaving in acrimonious circumstances, is it time to re-ignite his relationship with the club?
Rangers fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts…
Can anyone honestly say they'd rather have Eduardo Herrera than Kyle Lafferty. Should have got him in summer #Rangers
— Paul Butler (@PB_IDL_Darts) October 28, 2017
Gutted Lafferty isn't playing for us at the moment. He's class!
— Buster Brown (@CallumB106X) October 28, 2017
Said it at the beginning of the season, Rangers should have got Lafferty
— Joel Pattison (@JoelyP18) October 28, 2017
Some goal aff big lafferty, said at the start ae the season id take him back n it's biting us right in the erse
— Conrad Campbell (@_connorcampbell) October 28, 2017
It was a no brainer to take Lafferty back for free in the summer.
— Graham aka Big Mal (@bigmal1872) October 28, 2017
Kyle Lafferty, happiest man on the pitch today, scored a goal and Rangers win
— Islandbear (@willienic) October 28, 2017
Great to see Miller scoring. Respect to Lafferty. You can take the boy out of Rangers… #WATP
— Ewan McCann (@EwanMcCann1) October 28, 2017
fair play on lafferty for no celebrating against us, shows he still loves rangers
— Gazza (@OrangeGazza) October 28, 2017