Falkirk forward Alan Gow has promised to give his all to the Bairns for the rest of the season, despite agreeing a deal to join Rangers in the summer.
The 24-year-old will leave Falkirk at the end of his current contract and moves to Ibrox with the full blessing of his current manager, John Hughes.
Gow told the Daily Record: "I called John Hughes to tell him personally that my move had gone through and he immediately congratulated me.
"The gaffer has promised he'll continue to pick me for the team, even though some Falkirk fans might not be pleased I've signed to another club. In return I've promised him I'll be as professional as always.
"I know in my heart of hearts I've done nothing wrong by moving under freedom of contract, but I also understand you can't please all of the supporters all of the time.
"When I play against Rangers I'll be trying my best to get all three points for my team because I'm still a Falkirk player and they gave me the platform to get where I am now."