RANGERS captured Windass on a pre-contract in January 2016 alongside his Accrington Stanley teammate Matt Crooks.
The pair signed agreements in the New Year which would see them join up with Mark Warburton’s side in the summer.
The pacey midfielder began his career at Huddersfield Town before a leg break forced him to give up the game for a short period, working as a labourer. He began playing non-league football for Harrogate Railway Athletic before Accrington Stanley made a move for him.
Windass spent three years at Stanley making 75 appearances and scoring 23 goals. He scored 17 goals in his final season there before moving north to Rangers, where he scored on his debut whilst the Gers toured America.
He was given the number 11 jersey on arrival at Ibrox, following in the footsteps of Davie Cooper, Brain Laudrup and Jorg Albertz. He is the son of former Aberdeen and Hull City player Dean Windass.