Richard Foster has given his take to The Times on the abuse he gets from Rangers and Celtic fans.
Foster, who is now on the books of Ross County, was on loan at Rangers from Aberdeen in the 2010-11 season, and joined the Gers on a permanent contract in 2013 and played for the Ibrox club in 2015.
The 34-year-old Scottish right-back has said that he gets abuse from Rangers and Aberdeen fans despite having played for both clubs, and also gets jeers from Celtic supporters.
Foster told The Times: “I get it from Aberdeen fans for going to Rangers. I get it from Rangers fans for being crap in my second spell there.
“I get it from Celtic fans because I played for Rangers. I get it from the Hamilton fans, from Motherwell fans; I’ve had it from the Dundee fans. I mean, do I have one of those faces that everyone loves to hate?”
Both Rangers and Celtic are in the Scottish Premiership title race this season, with Steven Gerrard’s side providing the Hoops a stiff competition.
The Hoops have won the league title in Scotland for the past eight seasons, but this campaign things could be different.
Rangers and Celtic will also face each other in the final of the Scottish League Cup next month.