The midfielder is hoping to be a regular in Mark Warburton's side once again.
Rangers' Jason Holt scores their first goal
Jason Holt has told the Rangers official website that a good season for him would be replicating what he managed last season.
The midfielder originally joined the Gers on a trial basis last season before penning a permanent deal after impressing. He went on to have a super campaign as Mark Warburton’s side secured their return to the Scottish Premiership.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates at the end of the match
He made 45 appearances in total, scoring 12 goals, and becoming a firm fan favourite because of his all action style of play in the Rangers midfield.
And he says that replicating that next season will mean he has had another good campaign at Ibrox.
“For me a good season would be replicating what I did last season,” he told rangers.co.uk.
“I want to get a good amount of game time and I want to try to get a good number of goals and create chances for the team.”
Rangers' Jason Holt (L) in action with Dundee's Thomas Konrad
It remains to be seen how much game time that Holt will get next season given the signings that Rangers have made in this summer transfer window so far.
Joey Barton, Niko Kranjcar, Jordan Rossiter and even Matt Crooks have all been added already and further signings may arrive at Ibrox also.
That means there will be stern competition for places next season, and Holt may find his game time significantly reduced as a result.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates winning the Scottish Championship with the trophy