JOSH Windass left Rangers manager Graeme Murty confused last night after celebrating his goal by shushing his own fans.

The midfielder found the net for the 10th time this season during the Gers' 2-0 Premiership win against Partick Thistle at Firhill. 

Windass then turned to the travelling support and raised a finger to his lips, before posting a picture of the celebration on his Instagram account after the game. 

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The incident left Murty scratching his head. 

He said: “The delivery and cross in for the first goal was great. But then you need to execute it and Josh has that execution of the highest order.

"And then in the next breath he will do something that makes you scratch your head.

“That’s the bit that he has to get right - that’s the bit that’s going to get him to the next level. That’s the bit he needs to sort out. When he’s top level, he’s great.

“It’s the bit that makes you scratch your head that makes people pause about him.”

The win saw the Gers move five points clear of Hibernian in third place and three points behind second-placed Aberdeen

Windass wrote on Twitter: "Good win tonight and bounced back well from the weekend, good to seee Andy H (Halliday) back out there, very good tonight."