Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told the club's official website that he is 'delighted' with his summer signings, having brought in ten new signings.
Warburton arrived at Ibrox this summer having left Brentford, and having taken the reins at Ibrox, he has made a quite stunning start to life.
With eight wins from his first eight games in charge, Warburton has quickly become a crowd favourite in Glasgow, and he has his summer signings to thank.
Wes Foderingham, James Tavernier, Rob Kiernan, Danny Wilson, Dominic Ball, Andrew Halliday, Jason Holt, Gedion Zelalem, Nathan Oduwa and Martyn Waghorn have all arrived this summer, and each of them have played their part in Rangers' superb start under Warburton.
The transfer deadline passed on Monday without any more activity from Rangers and Warburton, with the manager seemingly happy enough with the work he has done already.
Speaking to the Rangers official website, Warburton admitted that he was delighted with the arrivals - and admitted that the loan arrivals of Ball, Oduwa and Zelalem were intentionally later than his permanent signings.
"I’m delighted with the business we have done," said Warburton. "David, Jim and myself, and indeed all of the staff here have worked really hard, and the powers that be at Ibrox – Stewart [Robertson], Andrew [Dickson] and the Board – have been really supportive."
"We got the bulk of our business done early, and that’s always pleasing as it gives you peace of mind. We’ve moved a little later with the loans, which was always our intention, so I’m really delighted with the work so far, and all our work now goes into January," he added.