JASON HOLT became Mark Warburton’s seventh signing of the summer after he penned a three year deal with Rangers in July 2015.
The former Hearts man had been on trial at the club and impressed the new manager to earn himself a contract – scoring in a pre-season friendly win over Ayr United.
At 22-years-old he was another young addition to Warburton’s new squad and he joined Rangers after his contract with the Jambos expired.
Rangers’ fans will remember the diminutive midfielder for his impressive strike against Gers in Hearts 2-0 victory at Tynecastle in November 2014.
That was one of two goals he netted for Hearts during the 2014/15 campaign, before he moved to Sheffield United in January 2015 for the remainder of the season.
Holt made 11 starts for the League One side and scored five goals, including one against Bradford, with new teammate Andy Halliday playing for the opposition that day too.
That wasn’t his first loan away from Tynecastle, Holt also had a spell with Raith Rovers during the 2011/12 season – he made five appearances for the Fife side and scored once in his time at Stark’s Park.
Born and bred in Edinburgh, Holt had been at Hearts since he was nine-years-old, having risen through their youth system to progress to the first team. He played his boys football for Musselburgh Windsor before joining Hearts in 2002.
He went on to turn out for the capital side 62 times and scored seven goals, two of those coming against Celtic.
The Rangers number 23 has also been capped at U19, U20 and U21 level for Scotland – making 17 appearances for his country in total and scoring twice as an U19.