Rangers director of football Mark Allen has revealed everyone at the club is delighted at the addition of Steven Davis.
The Northern Ireland captain rejoined the Ibrox outfit on a six-month loan deal from Southampton.
Davis first signed for Rangers in January 2008 on loan from Fulham, winning the Scottish Cup and League Cup that season.
The 34-year-old then joined on a permanent deal in the summer of 2008, spending a further four years with the Gers, winning three Scottish Premiership titles, two more League Cups, one Scottish Cup, as well as the 2010 PFA Player of the Year award.
Rangers director of football Mark Allen said, as quoted by stv: “Everyone at the club welcomes Steven back to Rangers.
“He has been on our radar for some time and becomes the fourth transfer that we have confirmed this window already. We are delighted that he will be able to join his teammates and get started straight away.”
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard, also had this to say about the signing of Davis.
“Steven is yet another fantastic addition to our squad, we are delighted to welcome him back to the club,” he said.
“He is vastly experienced at both club and international level and knows the club, the fans and the demands that come with wearing the Rangers jersey very well.”