Martyn Waghorn has told Rangers' official website that he is aiming to get his career back on track at Ibrox.
The 25-year-old was struggling to get games before his move north of the border, but he has been a revelation for Mark Warburton's side since signing over the summer.
Waghorn has netted 14 times in his first 13 games for the Gers, and scored his first hat-trick for the club in their most recent fixture against Morton.
And the striker has said of his good form: “I think I am just settled playing games and the run of games has just helped me get into a routine and the momentum falls into place. I just want to work hard, keep it going and hopefully more goals will come.
“It was important in the summer when I came to Rangers to play games and get my career back on track.
“I’d had a difficult 18 months, I’d been in and out of the team with a few injuries and coming here is a good platform and a great place to come and play football.
“I can only get better as a footballer and I am going to work hard and develop and hopefully my success continues and when I hit 20 goals I will re-evaluate and we’ll go from there.”
Waghorn burst on to the scene as a talented youngster while on loan at Leicester City, for whom he scored 12 goals in 43 games as a teenager.
However, ever since joining the Foxes on a permanent deal in 2010 he has struggled, with most of his time being spent out on loan.
Waghorn played for the likes of Hull City, Wigan Athletic and Millwall on a temporary basis, but he was never a prolific marksman for any of them.
However, in Warburton's team, he has finally started to show his goalscoring instincts, and his finishing prowess is rapidly making him a firm fans' favourite at his new club.