Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has told the club's official website that he is loving life at Ibrox, after joining this summer.
Foderingham signed for Rangers after his contract at Swindon Town expired, and he has gone straight into the Gers' starting line-up.
The 24-year-old has made a good impression for his new club so far and says he is relishing his time playing for the Light Blues, although he doesn't want his teammates to get carried away with their good start.
“It’s brilliant right now but you can never get to high when it is going well because there is always a banana skin around the corner," he said.
“The fans are always going to be happy when we’re winning games of football and we’re doing just that at the moment.
“We are raring to go now and training has been good the last few days and I’m looking forward to Saturday and carrying on where we left off and getting a win."
Foderingham has seen just five goals go past him in Rangers' opening nine Scottish Championship matches, and in some of those games he has been a virtual spectator.
Mark Warburton's side have dominated some matches so much that Foderingham has barely been required to break sweat.
However, when he has been called into action, he has been solid and he will be hoping to continue to rack up the clean sheets at the season progresses.
Rangers' next match comes against Queen of the South this weekend, and they will be looking to take their winning streak in the league into double figures.