Jack Butland has responded to the viral video of his confrontation with a Rangers fan last weekend.

After the 4-1 victory over Kilmarnock, Butland was embroiled in a heated discussion with a supporter outside of Ibrox.

As the Gers goalkeeper looked to leave the car park, he engaged in an argument with fans at the metal barriers separating players and punters.

Things boiled over as Butland was filmed having some verbals with a fan who was seeking autographs.

And as Butland walked away from the situation, another supporter could be heard telling the ex-England No.1: 'I pay your wages'.

His teammate, Borna Barisic, was also involved in some angry exchanges, as he was captured raising his hands to one fan as he left the stadium.

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Now, addressing the clip for the first time, Butland commented:ย "When you have a Rangers family as big as it is, and you are there with your own kids sometimes people overstep the mark, especially in front of children and things aren't acceptable. That has been addressed and we have moved on from it.

"It is always a situation people are going to try and make something out of. Wherever you go you have tensions you have people who want and expect everything from people who don't know what is going on half the time, but to be honest that is just part of the parcel of football.

"That is not what this week is about and that is not what tomorrow is about. I think it has been put to bed many days ago so it is no concern to me now."

On tomorrow's game, he added:ย "The pressure is there every game. For us it is a must-win, the pressure is inevitable when you play for this club. We are excited and looking forward to the challenge.

"We have given ourselves an uphill battle in previous games, it is important we start well and create a platform to grow into the game. These are the games you want to be involved in, I am looking at it as an opportunity to do something special for this football club."