Rangers winger and loanee Billy King has revealed he was shocked by the nature of the goal he scored on his debut for the Glasgow giants.

The 21-year-old joined the Gers on a loan deal from Scottish Premiership outfit Hearts during the winter transfer window, and has quickly made a name for himself with lively performances on the flanks.

He made his debut in a home fixture against Falkirk on 30th January, when he came on as a substitute, and made an immediate impact with an injury time winning goal to earn three points for his new side.

King, who admits that he doesn’t score too many headers, revealed that he couldn’t believe his eyes when the goal went in and described that moment as an unbelievable experience.

When asked about his debut goal, the winger told Rangers TV: “Unbelievable.  


“Obviously to come on, making my debut at a packed Ibrox; I just don’t score too many headers.

“When it went in, I just couldn’t believe it.”

King has two more assists to his name during his time at Rangers, and will be hoping to contribute more before he returns to Hearts at the end of the season.