Rangers boss Mark Warburton has told the club's official YouTube channel that it was good for Michael O'Halloran to play against Raith Rovers on Tuesday night.
O'Halloran, 25, finally signed for Rangers on deadline day, following a protracted transfer saga with his now former club St. Johnstone.
The Scottish forward, who hit ten goals in the Scottish Premiership last season, is seen as the man who can add a new dimension to the Rangers forward line, offering great pace that few others can bring.
Just a day after he finally joined Rangers, he was given a 30-minute run out as a substitute in Tuesday's 1-0 win over Raith Rovers - despite having not even trained with his new team-mates yet.
Manager Warburton held a press conference earlier today to speak ahead of this weekend's Scottish Cup tie with Premiership side Kilmarnock, and the topic of O'Halloran's move came up.
Warburton was asked how O'Halloran was settling in at Rangers during his first week with the club, and the Gers boss admitted on the club's official YouTube channel that it was good for the forward to play some football against Raith Rovers.
Warburton also suggested that O'Halloran needs time to adjust to how Rangers play and what is expected of him in Glasgow, whilst he trained well on Thursday morning, even though he is cup-tied this weekend so won't face Kilmarnock at Ibrox.
"After deadline day, for a young guy to endure that, he was here for a long time getting all the process completed, he hadn't even trained with the boys," said Warburton. "But it's important to pull the jersey on and get back in to playing football, so now he's trained this morning, we'll train again tomorrow, so he'll get to know the boys, how we play, what we demand from him. He'll be fine," he added.
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