Rangers have confirmed on their official website that they have appointed Neil McIlhargey as their new Head of Analysis, making him their third appointment in a week.
The Gers added Frank McParland as Head of Recruitment and Craig Flannigan as Head of Performance of Preparation last week, with manager Mark Warburton looking to strengthen his options off the field following a remarkable start to the season.
With ten wins from ten games in the Scottish Championship, Rangers have made a blistering start to the campaign, and Warburton's winning run doesn't look set to end any time soon.
Now, Warburton has added another new face to his backroom staff, with McIlhargey arriving as the club's new Head of Analysis earlier today.
McIlhargey worked alongside Warburton at Brentford, and the duo will now work together once again at Ibrox, with Warburton surrounding himself with familiar faces - after all, he also worked with McParland and assistant David Weir at Brentford too.
"Neil is another great addition to the support staff," said Warburton. "He has outstanding quality, subject knowledge and a real drive to perform and he knows what David and I want out of a game from an analytical perspective," he added.
The latest appointment is another step in the right direction for Rangers, who are showing ambition on and off the field - and McIlhargey is seen as the latest move to help take Rangers to the Scottish Premiership.