WINNING his first league title at the age of 38 was clearly an emotional and important achievement for Jermain Defoe.

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Rangers were presented with the Scottish Premiership trophy on Saturday after beating Aberdeen 4-0 at Ibrox, lifting the trophy for the 55th time.

The former England forward has enjoyed an illustrious career, largely spent in the top-flight of English football. But aside form a league cup win with Spurs in 2008, he had no major honours to show for previously.

Defoe joined Rangers in 2019 but is out of contract in the summer. However, the striker has repeatedly stated he would love to stay at the club into next season.

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He has featured sparingly this season but scored at the weekend on trophy day and also notched his first Old Firm goal last month in a 4-1 win.

Following the match, Defoe was filmed handing his mum his medal from the season. You can watch the video below.