Stewart Robertson has confirmed to the Rangers’ official website that the club are making positive progress ahead of the January transfer window.
The Light Blues’ managing director has explained that the Gers are looking at adding a sprinkling of talent in the new year, as they look to strengthen their promotion bid.
Rangers are sitting comfortably clear at the top of the Scottish Championship table, but they are taking nothing for granted.
And Robertson said: “It looks as if we will bring in two to three players in January, and Premiership quality players with a view to settling them in, touch wood, ahead of getting up next season.
“We have already had discussions about potential targets and players we will be looking at, so we are very optimistic about getting in two or three in January.”
Rangers are clearly looking to prepare their squad for playing at higher levels than they currently are, with the club’s ambition obvious.
The Light Blues highlighted their desire to be promoted this season with their deals in the summer transfer window, and they have assembled a very exciting squad at Ibrox.
Although the bulk of Mark Warburton’s players are young, they are still very talented, and their quality has shone through so far this term.
Rangers have won 12 of their 13 league matches so far – and if they can maintain that kind of form, there will be no stopping them as they bid to win the Scottish Championship title.