Quoted by The Scottish Sun, Rangers boss Mark Warburton is expecting to sign "one or two" more players this week.
Rangers have enjoyed a busy transfer window so far as Warburton added Jordan Rossiter, Joey Barton and Clint Hill to this ranks - all on free transfers - while Matt Crooks and Josh Windass signed pre-contract agreements with the Gers in January.
Speculation is rife that Niko Kranjcar will be the sixth man to join the Rangers revolution this summer, the Croat expected to undergo a medical this week, while an offer to Crystal Palace defender Adrian Mariappa has been tabled, according to The Express.
Warburton was tight lipped with regards to names, but the 53-year-old reveals that he is hopeful of signing up to two players before the week is out.
“So very good so far, in early, and hopefully one or two more this week and that will just leave the one or two possibly slightly later," he said via The Scottish Sun.
“But we’re in good shape right now.”
It has been a wonderful statement of intent by Rangers this summer, doing some excellent business for free, but experienced talent.
They have barely spent a penny outside of paying compensation for their players and Warburton certainly seems intent on seeing his troops mount a title tilt on their big return to the Scottish Premiership next season.