Former Rangers star Peter Lovenkrands has taken to Twitter to suggest that Lee Wallace should be named the club's player of the year.
The Gers are sitting pretty at the top of the Scottish Championship, and ahead of today's game against Queen of the South at Ibrox, they are 11 points clear of second placed Falkirk, with a game in hand too.
Promotion appears to be little more than a formality now for Mark Warburton's men, with the step up to the Premiership on the minds of most fans already.
Another hot topic among Rangers supporters right now is the player of the year award, with a whole handful of players worthy of winning the accolade for their performances this term.
Goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has improved markedly over the course of the season, right back James Tavernier has scored 11 goals from defence, Andy Halliday has been the unsung hero in midfield, Jason Holt has produced a number of fine performances, winger Barrie McKay has been simply sensational out wide for most of the campaign, whilst Martyn Waghorn has hit 28 goals in his first season for the club.
All but one of those players - McKay - was signed by Warburton, and it's a player he inherited that Peter Lovenkrands believes should win the award.
The Dane, who played as a winger for Rangers, took to Twitter to suggest that left back and club captain Lee Wallace, who has been a model of consistency throughout the season, should be Rangers' player of the year for the 2015/16 campaign.
Who do you think should be named Rangers' player of the year?