Jack Butland shared a special moment with the Rangers support after the thumping 5-0 win over Dundee.

The Ibrox keeper has been a hit with supporters since joining the club in the summer.

Butland, 30, made an instant impact after arriving in Glasgow and was one of few new signings exempt from criticism after an impressive start to the season.

And the former England international is enjoying a blossoming relationship with the Ibrox faithful. 

Following the win at Dens Park, Butland was serenaded by Rangers supporters with his own chant booming around the stadium.

Rangers fans chanted Butland's name to the tune of Status Quo's Rocking All Over the World.

Butland showed his appreciation as he slowly left the field after applauding and waving to the fans as he headed up the tunnel.

Philippe Clement previously insisted he will reject any bids for Butland amid rumours of interest from Birmingham City.

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He said: "Yeah, for sure, I am really happy with Jack. Not only on the pitch with his performances, but also outside the pitch and in the dressing room. In the way he works, the way he acts and his personality.

"Jack is going to be one of the key figures to build a team around for the next couple of years, yes. It's clear, when you have a s*** goalkeeper, you can't have success! That's very clear. That is the same for every manager.

"Of course you have to keep clean sheets. That's not down to the goalkeeper or defence, it's the whole team working together. But to have real success and to win trophies, you need to have somebody who gives the team a life in the difficult moments. Jack did that in the first half in Prague and he will do it again in the future.

"He will also make mistakes. That is part of being a goalkeeper. But what I like most about him is his personality. He is a winner. Jack has a strong mindset and I like to have these characters in my dressing-room.”