The Scots midfielder won the goal of the year award for his brilliant goal against Celtic.
He said, (h/t The Sun)
“It means a lot. The goal on the day was a special moment for my family, for the fans and for my teammates and staff.
“It goes a long way knowing how much it meant to so many people, so I am delighted with the award.
He said the Old Firm clashes were always tense and further expressed his happiness on hitting the target.
In fact, the goal played a huge part in the first derby win for the Light Blues, under Steven Gerrard.
Jack, 27, has fared well for the Gers this season, scoring three goals and providing three assists over 20 appearances.
Prior to the Park Head move, the Scotsman played more than 200 games in a career spanning 7 years at Aberdeen.
He has a contract with the Gers that runs until 2021.
Jack also added that the Light Blues were determined to finish this season on a high note.
The Light Blues picked up a comprehensive 3-0 victory over Motherwell, thanks to Scott Arfield’s hattrick.
Gerrard would definitely be delighted to have two wins in a row, following the derby defeat.
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However, the former Liverpool star was confident about the next derby that is set to take place next month.
The Light Blues’ first game in the second phase of Premiership will be against Hearts.