The Gers have made a perfect start to their league campaign.
The Gers have won their first nine games - and have done so in convincing fashion, for the most part - leading some to speculate as to whether they could manage to go unbeaten for the whole season.
“We just take each game as it comes,” said Keirnan, in a presser broadcast on rangers.co.uk.
“So we look at how we can break teams down and hopefully score goals.
“I don’t know how long this run is going to go on for – hopefully it can last for a long time - so we’ll just keep going in the direction we’re are and see what happens.”
Mark Warburton’s men undoubtedly have the quality to win all 36 games if taken individually, but football doesn’t play out like that, and the inevitable suspensions and injuries that amass over the course of a season will usually throw out a couple of freak results.
Given the gulf in class Rangers have already established between themselves and the rest of the division however, a season unbeaten is not impossible and as the weeks roll on with no losses yet on the board, the players may soon start to think about the remarkable achievement.