Little admits relief
Scottish Division 3,
Andy Little has spoken of his relief after resigning with Rangers ahead of the new campaign.
Little was allowed to leave Ibrox at the end of last season but has instead chosen to help the club fight their way out of the Third Division, signing a new contract with Ally McCoist's side, and the striker says he is pleased to have sorted his future.
"Relief is probably one word to describe it. It has been tough these last few months," he told the Daily Record.
"It has been hard for everyone but I've found it particularly tough not knowing where I was going to be or what my future was.
"The story changed every day but I'm delighted I now know where I'm going to be playing my football."
The 23-year-old Northern Ireland international said his love for the club was the main reason behind his decision to stay.
"I found it difficult to think about going to those clubs without knowing the future of Rangers. That was a big thing for me," he said.
"I wanted to wait until the end to find out what was happening but I'm really happy to be back here."