Rangers attacker Jamie Murphy admits he hopes to see out his career at Ibrox after making his long-awaited comeback from injury against Hamilton last Sunday.

The striker, 30, suffered a horrendous ACL injury more than a year ago on Kilmarnock's artificial surface.

Now he's back in action, though, and has vowed to push for a spot in the Gers first-team.

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He also thanked his family, friends and supporters for their support during his ordeal - and claimed he wants to be a Rangers player until the day he hangs up his boots.

Posting a clip from his emotional return during his side's 5-0 win over Hamilton, Murphy said: "Thank you to everyone who has supported me over these last 14 months. 

"Family, friends, teammates, staff and football fans from all over.

"I couldn’t have done it without you. 

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"Excited now to move on with the rest of my footballing career, which I hope will be in a blue jersey".

His post racked up thousands of likes and shares.

And hundreds more continued their support with heartfelt messages.