Rangers have confirmed on their official website that Craig Finnigan has been appointed as the club's new Head of Performance and Preparation.
The Gers have made a blistering start to the season with nine wins from nine in the league, and whilst today's game against Queen of the South gives Mark Warburton the chance to make it ten from ten and keep that 100% winning record going, he is still looking for additions.
Former Barcelona starlet Gai Assulin has arrived on trial, whilst Burnley's sporting director Frank McParland has joined the ranks at Ibrox as Rangers' new chief scout.
Warburton is looking to shape matters on and off the pitch, and he has made another addition to his backroom staff, with Craig Finnigan joining on Friday.
Finnigan, 42, actually started his playing career with Rangers, and has now made his return to the club as a valuable resource for Warburton as he looks to prepare his players in the best way possible.
With an ambitious backroom staff and a superb squad of players, Rangers are heading in the right direction - and everything is geared towards winning promotion to the top flight this season.