James Tavernier has insisted 'enough is enough' as he stood in solidarity with Arsenal legend Thierry Henry's decision to step away from social media until more is done to combat abuse.

The Frenchman shared a post on Twitter explaining that he would not be using the platform until an improvement is made on regulation rules. He said: "Hi guys. From tomorrow morning I will be removing myself from social media until the people in power are able to regulate their platforms with the same vigour and ferocity that they currently do when you infringe copyright."

Rangers' captain Tavernier agreed, quoting Henry and saying "enough is enough" before tagging Twitter and Instagram to ensure they got the message.

It comes a week after Ibrox star Glen Kamara was subjected to alleged racist abuse by Slavia Prague's Ondrej Kudela. Teammate Kemar Roofe was also abused by supporters after the game on social media who used monkey emojis against the striker.

Kudela, meanwhile, is alleged to have called Kamara a "f***ing monkey" during the ill-tempered Europa League clash in Glasgow.

Tavernier also revealed earlier this week that, during the season, EVERY black Rangers player had experienced racist abuse this term. He said: "We took a knee to send out a message but we believe that message isn’t strong enough.

“What we did was stand up to send out a bigger message that we need action on these things that are occurring regularly now.

“You saw the situation on Thursday and that is going to get taken care of. But I feel confident saying that all our black players have received racial abuse this season. That’s from social media platforms and this is a key message to them.

“Action has to be taken - enough is enough. It’s happening all around the game. People sit behind keyboards, computers or phones racially abusing players."