Mark Warburton has told the Daily Record that Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has the ability to play at a much higher level.
Foderingham has had a number of matches this season where he has barely been called into action, but in the Gers' latest game against St. Mirren he was able to showcase his ability.
The summer signing made a number of fine saves, as the Light Blues beat St. Mirren 1-0 to extend their winning run in the Scottish Championship to 11 games.
And Warburton said: "I think Wes has the capability to go to a much higher level. I don't mean that in terms of the club but in terms of levels in the game.
"He has delivered the goods time and time again and he'll just keep getting better and better."
Foderingham has made a brilliant start to his career at Ibrox, and he has only conceded six times in the league to date.
The former Swindon Town has shown his brilliant shot-stopping ability, but his distribution has also been very impressive.
He is one of a number of Rangers' new additions to have settled in at the club very quickly, with Warburton's side looking very strong at the moment.
Rangers are now eight points clear at the top of the table, and they appear to be near certainties to achieve promotion this season.