Jack Butland instantly adored himself to the Rangers faithful after joining last summer.

The one-time England international was amongst Michael Beale's first signings as he opted to leave Crystal Palace upon the expiry of his deal.

The 30-year-old has not looked back since, and neither have Rangers.

He's been in inspired form when called upon this season having proven to be a safe pair of hands between the sticks both domestically and in Europe.ย 

Nottingham Forest approached him during the winter window, however, this was swiftly rejected by Rangers.

With the club now top of the Premiership as they set their sights on reclaiming the title back from Celtic, fans will be glad to still have Butland among their ranks.

While he didn't have much to do during Sunday's 3-0 win at St Johnstone, it was his cool celebration after James Tavernier's first penalty that caught the eye of the fans once again.

Footage not picked up by the Sky Sports TV cameras has been shared online as Tavernier gets set to step up to make it 2-0 to Philippe Clement's team in Perth.

It shows Butland casually strolling about his penalty area, rolling up his socks and lightly stretching. At the start of the clip he could be seen facing the play, but for the majority of the video, he opts to face the stands and ignore the action.

As the fans wildly celebrated the captain's fine finish, this unseen clip - titled 'Butlandcam' - shows the keeper cooly punching the air, remaining composed throughout despite the significance of the moment.ย 

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And supporters have been left in awe of his reaction.ย One wrote: "Not even watching cause he knows. What a guy."

Another said: "Love how the camera completely avoids the penalty to focus on Butland."

A third commented: "Great content. Would definitely watch again."

Another said: "I canโ€™t watch penalties either."

And a fifth summed it up: "Cool as you like."