The 25-year-old joined the Scottish Championship leaders during the January window.
Michael O'Halloran has claimed that he was expecting the very best when he moved to Rangers during the January transfer window, and has been happy to admit that is exactly what he has found, the Daily Record reports.
The forward only joined the Light Blues from Scottish Premiership side St Johnstone during the recent transfer window, but he appears to have already come to the conclusion that moving to Ibrox was the right decision.
"It's been brilliant so far, I've enjoyed every minute. It's a young group and a very together bunch and the staff are the same, I can't speak highly enough of them and the facilities here. I was expecting the best and that's exactly what it is," he told the Record.
Despite only making three appearances for Mark Warburton's side, he has already been able to make an impact to help the Gers in their bid to return to the top flight.
In his first start for the club, he was able to bag a late equaliser in the draw with Alloa earlier in the month, and recent events suggests that he may now be relied upon to bag several more to aid the side's promotion bid.
There are concerns over how much of the season top goalscorer Martyn Waghorn will be able to play a part in after he sustained a knee injury during the Scottish Cup replay with Kilmarnock (via BBC Sport), which means that the likes of O'Halloran and Kenny Miller may have to shoulder the majority of the goalscoring responsibility to ensure that nothing dents their hopes of going up.