FORMER Rangers captain Lee Wallace has been reunited with Mark Warburton after clinching a deal with Queen's Park Rangers.

Wallace left Ibrox when his deal expired earlier this summer and has now put pen-to-paper on a two-year contract at Loftus Road.

The left-back follows keeper Liam Kelly in moving to the Championship side and he is enthused by the prospect of a fresh challenge south of the border.

“I am delighted to be here and really looking forward to the challenge ahead,” Wallace said. “This is an exciting time to play for a top football club.

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“The main thing that stands out about the manager here is the man he is, the quality of person. The impact he has made on me, both on and off the pitch, has been terrific and that made the decision to come here a lot easier.

“I know I am coming to a great club to work with a top man and a top manager.”