Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told The Scottish Sun that he does have transfer targets in mind for if the club win promotion to the Scottish Premiership.
Warburton claimed his tenth win in his first ten competitive games on Saturday, as Rangers continued their dominance with a 3-0 victory over Livingston at Ibrox.
Lee Wallace, Martyn Waghorn and Nicky Law scored the goals in another three points for Rangers, whose league record reads played six, won six.
The 100% start to the season has fans dreaming of a title win, and many even believe that Rangers could go the entire season without even losing a game.
Promotion would take Rangers to the Scottish Premiership, where they would be able to renew their Old Firm rivalry with Celtic - but to compete with the Bhoys again, Rangers would need strengthening.
Warburton brought in ten new signings over the summer, but now the Rangers boss has told The Scottish Sun that he would still like to sign 'three or four' new players if Rangers do win promotion - and already has targets in mind for that scenario.
"Yes, we have targets," said Warburton. "I think we probably have to add three or four players in terms of quality. If we add three or four players with quality, I don’t think we’re far away," he added.
Three players are currently on loan in Nathan Oduwa, Dominic Ball and Gedion Zelalem, so Warburton may end up needing to replace those three come next summer.
The back four of James Tavernier, Rob Kiernan, Danny Wilson and Lee Wallace has been solid and should be kept in tact at the next level if Rangers get there - but the rest of the team may need some reinforcing.