Former Glasgow Rangers player Josh Windass has revealed during an Instagram Q&A session that he wishes he hadn’t left Ibrox.
The Lowdown: Windass spell at Ibrox
Windass signed for the Gers from Accrington Stanley in the summer of 2017 and ended up spending two full seasons at the club before making the move to Wigan.
The Latest: Windass makes admission
The Verdict: Honest
You have to admire Windass’ honesty – clearly he wishes he did not leave the club when he did. The 27-year-old impressed during his second season at Ibrox in 2017/18, when he netted 17 goals in all competitions while also providing eight assists.
It was more his attitude of the pitch which appeared to frustrate some of the Gers’ fanbase (The Scottish Sun).
Do you wish Josh Windass had stayed at Ibrox?
Windass is now at Sheffield Wednesday and did relatively well last season, scoring nine goals and providing six assists in the Championship – last summer, former Owls boss Gary Monk even called him “excellent” (swfc.co.uk).
However, perhaps Windass would have been happier playing a role in Rangers’ Premiership success instead, and considering how much they have progressed under Steven Gerrard, it’s understandably why the 27-year-old may have regrets over leaving Ibrox three years ago.
In other news, Rangers have been hit by this pre-Champions League blow.
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