Rangers chief Graeme Murty has brought joy to a young patient at a Glasgow hospital as he was joined by the squad on a visit through the wards. 

Alongside Murty, the team headed along to Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Children to spread some happiness to youngsters with Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity.

And in an adorable clip the Gers chief can be seen playing in a corridor with one of the children, described as "superhero Nathan", whose laugh was sure to be heard by everyone in the hospital. 

Charity bosses shared the feel-good video on social media to spread smiles to more people across the city. 

They wrote: "We’ve got that #FeelGoodFriday feeling after seeing @GraemeMurty @RangersFC playing with our wee superhero Nathan on the ward at our Decorating Day! We dare you not to giggle along..."

The Twitter post has been liked more than 4,000 times and flooded with happy comments. 

One follower said: "Good on ya Graeme . Nothing better than hearing sounds of joy and fun when kids are in hospital. Luv this."

Another added: "Very heartwarming, lovely to see."