Rangers beat Peterhead 3-0 in convincing fashion on Sunday afternoon.
Rangers continue to impress under new manager Mark Warburton after a 3-0 win over Peterhead in the Scottish League Cup on Sunday afternoon.
Warburton claimed his first competitive victory as Rangers boss last weekend, with his revitalised side hammering Hibernian 6-2 in the Petrofac Training Cup.
On Sunday, Warburton and his players got a taste of competitive football at Ibrox for the first time, as Rangers swept Peterhead aside in a 3-0 win.
Goals from David Templeton, Kenny Miller and James Tavernier handed Rangers the victory, sending them into the second round of the Scottish League Cup.
Players took to Twitter after the game to celebrate, with four new signings all very vocal about their Ibrox experiences on social media.
Reception at the end is something i'll never forget, boys where brilliant again! Bring on Friday #16 pic.twitter.com/rqeBwz3JTB— Andy Halliday (@Andy_Halliday) August 2, 2015
good cup win today leading in to the first league game. Happy to keep my first clean sheet at the club. Fans were brilliant #Rangers— Wes Foderingham (@wes_foderingham) August 2, 2015
Rangers fans will be encouraged by the way all four aforementioned players have taken to life in Glasgow, with Halliday and Tavernier in particular striking early rapports with supporters.
That will be just what Warburton had hoped for when he brought them to Ibrox, and fans being behind the new crop of players bodes well for this new era for Rangers.