Rangers signed Cantwell on a permanent deal from Norwich in the winter transfer window and he has made a positive start at Ibrox under Michael Beale.


He laid on an assist in Rangers’ 2-1 win over Ross County last weekend and has quickly settled into Beale’s side.



However, the midfielder created a storm earlier this week when on Instagram he suggested that there is more to the story behind his exit from Norwich in the winter window.


He indicated that a lot was going on behind the scenes that contributed to him leaving his boyhood club.



Sutton stressed that Cantwell has created an unneeed storm that no one needed as people at Norwich are happy to see him start well at Rangers.


He insisted that the player should come out in open and say his piece rather than post cryptic messages and feels he will have to focus on his football if he wants to succeed in Glasgow.



Sutton wrote in his column for the Pink Un: “Todd Cantwell has made an encouraging start to his Rangers career and everyone that I have spoken to in Norfolk is absolutely delighted for him.


“That’s why I was so surprised to see a cryptic message he put out on his Instagram page about his exit from Norwich City.


“It was only a few weeks ago he posted a farewell video thanking the club.


“Reading into his message on Instagram it seems he still has a beef with something or someone at the club.


“Well, if you’re that angry Todd just get it out in the open.


“It doesn’t do him any favours posting cryptic innuendo, and it rubs some people up the wrong way.


“He’s had a really good start at Rangers and set up a goal in their victory at Ross County, and everyone is willing him to do well.


“It is hard for local boys at their boyhood clubs, it comes with more pressure but he doesn’t endear himself to sections of the Norwich fanbase with the constant innuendos.


“All it leads to is speculation. He has created that and brought it to his own door.”


Cantwell is a product of the Norwich academy and was wanted at several big clubs in the Premier League in past transfer windows.