Holt and Halliday have become Rangers' favoured combination in the centre of the pitch in recent weeks, and Holt is enjoying developing the partnership.
The pair both arrived at Ibrox over the summer, but they have wasted no time in making an impression and breaking into Mark Warburton's starting line-up.
And Holt said: "It’s great playing with Halliday, but all the players in the squad are well equipped to play and any eleven that the manager put out would give a strong performance."
Holt moved to Rangers from Hearts during the summer transfer window, and he has been one of their most impressive performers over the early part of the campaign.
The 22-year-old has scored four times in 17 appearances for the Light Blues to date, and he appears to have the quality to be an integral part of the club for many years to come.
Holt has shown a clinical streak in front of goal, while he has also shown his creative ability, and he is complemented nicely by Halliday's strengths.
The duo's effective combination has been key for Warburton's side, as they have rapidly established a lead at the top of the Scottish Championship table.
Rangers are currently leading Scotland's second tier by five points, and they will be looking to continue their impressive run of form when they return to action after the international break.