Leeds United defender Kyle Bartley says that he wants to see his former employers Rangers get back to the top of the Scottish football tree, while also saluting the Joe Garner song gripping Gers fans.
The Gers, who returned to the Scottish Premiership after a gap of four years, presently find themselves in second spot in the league, behind rivals Celtic.
Bartley had two loan spells at Ibrox during his time at Arsenal; the centre-back joined Rangers initially on a temporary deal until the end of the season in January 2011 before moving to the Light Blues for the entire 2011/12 campaign the following summer.
And the 25-year-old, who admitted it would be great if Rangers fans manage to push the Garner song to the top of the Christmas charts, revealed his desire to see the Scottish giants reclaim their spot as the country's best team.
“It will be fantastic if they can get that [the song] to number one”, he told Radio Yorkshire, when asked about the Garner song.
“And just try and create a little hype around Glasgow Rangers and try and get them to where they belong.”
Rangers have won their last three league outings and presently have 35 points from 18 games, 14 behind leaders Celtic, who have a game in hand.