New Rangers striker Kevin Kyle was delighted to make a 10-minute cameo in the victory over East Fife earlier this week and silence the doubters who thought he would never play again.
The 31-year-old Kyle has been struggling with injury problems over the past 18 months, mainly nursing a hip complaint that has required two operations to fix.
Now he has been given an opportunity to prove he can stay fit and help
"I'm still in shock about the whole thing," he told The Sun.
"I really enjoyed my debut and it was a long time coming. I've waited 19 months to kick a ball again so I'm delighted.
"It's great to be here at
"It was a proud moment being out there playing for
The Scotland international revealed he was sent for hernia and groin operations before getting the necessary treatment on his troublesome hip.
All of those procedures led to him missing a year and a half of football but he was always determined to prove the doubters wrong.
"It's hard when you're sent to dummies who tell you that you will never play again," he said.
"But it's amazing what happens when you work with the right people - you get back playing football."
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