The frontman hopes to force his way into Mark Warburton's plans this season.
The 24-year old was handed his first competitive start of the season by Mark Warburton last night, as Rangers strolled to a comfortable 2-0 victory over Ayr United in the Scottish Challenge Cup.
The former Queen of the South forward grabbed a goal, and could have had more, in an assured performance all-round.
He will hope to have done enough to get into Warburton’s plans for the weekend fixture and when asked about how he had adapted to playing in the newly implemented 4-3-3 system, Clark said:
"It's Rangers at the end of the day, I'd play anywhere for them. It's a great club and if the manager asked me to play in goals then I would - although I can't imagine that happening!”
Clark is unlikely to have earned himself a starting spot, with veteran Kenny Miller currently ahead in the pecking order, but will have done his cause no harm with yesterday’s display.
The Gers’ solid performance is evidence of the quality of the squad Mark Warburton is putting together and Clark also addressed the feel-good factor around the club, following their 100% start.
"There is a real positivity around the place just now and I think you can see that in the way that the boys are playing.
"We can't wait for the games to come around and when they do we just need to make sure that keep doing the right things and getting the job done."