Former Premier League midfielder Jimmy Bullard has told the Daily Star that he believes Rangers are 'going places' under Mark Warburton.
Warburton arrived at Ibrox over the summer, having been appointed as Stuart McCall's replacement - and after losing in the play-offs to Motherwell, Rangers wanted promotion under their new manager.
So far, Warburton has made a huge impact at Ibrox, with nine wins from nine league games. 31 goals scored and five conceded means that Rangers are dominating the Scottish Championship, with some believing that the Gers could go the whole season unbeaten.
Warburton has been earning plaudits left, right and centre of late, and now Jimmy Bullard is the latest player to join in the praise for the Gers manager.
The former Wigan, Fulham and Hull City ace has told the Daily Star that having gone up to Glasgow to watch Rangers in training, he believes the club are 'going place' under Warburton, citing that their training sessions under Warburton are 'something else'.
"I spent time with Mark Warburton up at Rangers this week - what a top bloke," said Bullard. "He's a proper football guy who's got them knocking it around so well. I've seen a lot of teams train this season but they are something else. To think he used to be a city trader, too. I love his story. Rangers - and Warburton - are going places," he added.
After the international break, Rangers take on Queen of the South at Ibrox, and Warburton will be looking to make it ten wins from ten to cap off a stunning start to the season - and Bullard's comments just go to show how highly rated Warburton is.