Davis happy to return to Rangers

first_imgSteven Davis has expressed delight at returning to former side Rangers suggesting he pounced at the opportunity as soon as he learned of their interest.And the midfielder admitted he can’t wait to work under “icon” Steven Gerrard at the Light Blues.Davis spent four-and-half years at Rangers after Walter Smith signed him 11 years ago, initially on a loan, from Fulham and he picked up eight major trophies.The 34-year-old is now back on a six-month loan from Southampton and Davis told Rangers TV: “I’m delighted to be back and looking forward to getting started.GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - MARCH 31: Scott Brown and Scott Bain of Celtic are confronted by Andy Halliday of Rangers at the final whistle during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Celtic and Rangers at Celtic Park on March 31, 2019 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)Gerrard: No guard of honour for Celtic Obinna Echi – May 9, 2019 Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has confirmed there will not be a guard of honour for Scottish champions Celtic at Ibrox before Sunday’s Old Firm game.  Celtic wrapped…“It’s been a little while in the making but when I found out the club was interested, this is the one that I wanted to happen.“I found out there was interest a little while back and talks were ongoing between the two clubs to try and come to a conclusion.“And then, when the decision is made, it all happens very quickly; so obviously I’m delighted to get it agreed and I was straight on the flight this morning to get out here.“It’s great to be back and I am obviously very familiar with the club. I’m sure there will be plenty of faces I recognise as I go along and I’m looking forward to getting back out at Ibrox.”last_img