FORMER Ibrox fans' favourite Nacho Novo has rejoined Spanish Second Division side Huesca.
The 33-year-old spent a season in Poland with Legia Warsaw and helped them win the Polish Cup. But he has decided to return home to make an emotional return to Huesca.
Novo played for the club before he started a nine-year career in Scotland starting at Raith Rovers in 2001.
He moved to Dundee, before clinching a deal with Rangers before going on to make 252 appearances for the Ibrox side in a six-year spell.
He then returned to his homeland to play for La Liga side Sporting Gijon, but a bust-up with manager Javier Clemente saw Novo head to Poland.