Rangers coasted to victory over Queen of the South on Sunday.
Rangers made it eight wins in eight games under new manager Mark Warburton with a 5-1 thumping of Queen of the South on Sunday.
Two Martyn Waghorn penalties as well as strikes from Andrew Halliday, Jason Holt and Barrie McKay put Rangers 5-0 up, before Aidan Smith pulled back a late consolation for Queen of the South.
The star of the show was certainly winger McKay, who has made a sensational star to the season under new manager Warburton.
The 20-year-old wide man, signed from Kilmarnock back in 2011, was tipped to be an up-and-coming talent upon his arrival, but he has spent the last 18 months out on loan.
Now back in the first team picture, McKay is impressing under Warburton's guidance, and his goal against Queen of the South just demonstrated his improvement so far.
Fans noted his display too after the game, taking to Twitter to praise the Ibrox youngster's performance, with many suggesting that he is a completely different player thanks to Warburton.
Others suggested that McKay was the clear man of the match against Queen of the South, before some blame was fired at former manager Ally McCoist for not using McKay more regularly.
Here are some of the reactions from Rangers fans after McKay's display against Queen of the South on Sunday afternoon...
how good was @BarrieMckay today! thriving in this style— John McIntosh (@JohnMcIntosh19) August 30, 2015
Excellent performance from the Gers hard to pick a stand out player but if I had to it would be Barrie McKay.— GersStreams (@gers_streams) August 30, 2015
Man of the match is easily Barrie McKay, amazing what confidence can do for a player— Lewis Morrison (@LewisMorrison94) August 30, 2015
Think @BarrieMcKay was outstanding today, seemed to be all over the pitch looking for the ball. Totally deserved man of the match— R44B OC (@Rocontop) August 30, 2015
Barrie Mckay was outstanding today.— Andrew (@footshooter77) August 30, 2015
Not going to lie I didn't think we would see Barrie McKay in a rangers top again, thought he was another young talent ruined by McCoist— Zak (@ZakRTID) August 30, 2015
McKay very impressive again. A man reborn under Warburton.— Russell McFadyen (@96_Pigeon) August 30, 2015
McKay was outstanding today. Like a player reborn since Warburton's arrival.— On This Rangers Day (@Rangers_today) August 30, 2015
Barrie McKay is flourishing under Warburton & Weir. He's a wee gem. Think he will be a tremendous player for us in the next few years.— Kirsten :) (@Kirstenr93) August 30, 2015