Rangers midfielder Jason Holt has told The Scottish Sun that the atmosphere in the club’s dressing room is very healthy.
The 22-year-old central midfielder joined the Gers in the summer transfer window after leaving newly-promoted Scottish Premiership side Heart of Midlothian.
Holt has revealed that the atmosphere in the Rangers dressing room is similar to the one he experienced with Hearts last season.
“One of the main things is the atmosphere in and around the place,” the former Scotland Under-21 international told The Scottish Sun. “It was the same at Hearts.
“In the dressing room, there’s a really tight group of players and everyone gets on really well. I think that shows on the park.
“It’s been really positive since the first day. If we can keep maintaining the standards we’ve set, I’m sure we’ll do well.”
Strong start to the season
Rangers have made a terrific start to the 2015-16 campaign and are on course to getting automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership.
The Gers have won all six of their Scottish Championship games so far this season and find themselves five points clear at the top of the league table at the moment.
Mark Warburton’s side have also reached the third round of the Scottish League Cup and the quarter-finals of the Scottish Challenge Cup.
Rangers will take on Dumbarton away from home at the The Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium in the Scottish Championship on Saturday.