Andy Webster is looking forward to playing for Rangers next season after enjoying a memorable campaign with Dundee United.
The 28-year-old made just a handful of appearances for Gers in two-and-a-half years before spending this term on loan at Tannadice.
The move has proved a huge success for the former Wigan man after making 26 SPL starts and helping the club to Scottish Cup glory.
Webster returns to Ibrox a revitalised and confident player and is now eager to impress for Walter Smith's side in the upcoming campaign.
The Scotland international is not apprehensive about playing for the SPL giants again despite the prospect of being a first-team regular.
"My year at United has been incredible and one I'll never forget," he told the club's official website.
"I needed to get back playing regularly again and going to Tannadice allowed me to do that.
"I wanted people to start talking about me as a footballer - pure and simple - and I hope that can now continue.
"I'll enjoy a few weeks' holiday with my family and then go back to Rangers early and in July ready to make an impact.
"I won't be nervous or apprehensive - I'm looking forward to it.
"I always felt part of things at Rangers even when I was out of the team and in the past week I've had a lot of messages from guys at the club."