Speaking to the official Rangers website, Mark Warburton has admitted that he is delighted that goals are being scored from all areas of his playing squad this season.
He said: “I think it’s wrong to rely on one goal source, so I’m delighted to see so many individuals on the scoresheet. Both our fullbacks have scored, Andy Halliday as our defensive midfielder has scored, and our forwards – Barrie, Kenny and Waggy have all scored. If we can maintain that, then all well and good.”
Rangers have been scoring goals for fun so far this season, and these strikes have led to eight wins for Warburton in his first eight games in charge at Ibrox - with 30 goals netted in the process.
And amazingly, these goals are not being netted by a selection of attacking players, but the entire team is contributing to the Gers storming to the top of the Scottish Championship.
Striker Kenny Miller is at the top of the goal list with five strikes to his name, but he is there with James Tavernier - a full-back. The likes of left-back Lee Wallace and midfielders Dean Shiels and Jason Holt have also scored so far this term, all aiding Rangers in the attacking third.
The Light Blues look well set to continue their incredible early season form, and it is hard to see how the goals will dry up in the near future.
Warburton has had an amazing impact at Ibrox since taking charge of the club, bringing attacking high energy football to the club, and if that continues, then the success for Rangers will undoubtedly follow.