Jack Butland addresses 'unacceptable' Rangers fan spat but draws line under it

Jack Butland admits a line was crossed during his angry confrontation with a Rangers fan but insists it is forgotten about.

Following last weekend's win over Kilmarnock, footage emerged showing the Gers goalkeeper involved in an argument with one supporter when some of the players were signing autographs outside Ibrox. The Englishman responded to a comment and an angry exchange followed, with the man heard shouting that he pays the number one's wages.

There was also a similar confrontation between Borna Barisic and another supporter. For Butland's part, he has now had the chance to have his say on his own situation and admits that people can overstep the mark in these scenarios and that went went on wasn't acceptable, especially as there was children present.

He said: "When you have a Rangers family as big as it is, and you are there with your own kids yourself sometimes, people overstep the mark sometimes.

"Especially in front of children and things aren't acceptable. But that has been addressed, we have moved on from it and I have no concerns moving forward. It's always a situation which people are going to try to make something out of.

"Wherever you go, wherever you have tensions you have people who want and expect everything from people they don't always know what is going on half the time. But to be honest that is just part and parcel of football.

"It's not what this week is all about, what tomorrow is all about. I think it has been put to bed many days ago so it's o concern for me anymore."