Mark Warburton has brought eight new faces to Ibrox already this summer.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton has been busy this summer, bringing in no fewer than eight new faces to Ibrox already.
The most high profile of those is Joey Barton, who has agreed a move to Scotland after his deal with Championship winners Burnley came to an end.
He is not the only big name arrival though, with Niko Kranjcar also moving to the club after a short stint with the New York Cosmos.
Foderingham is yet to train with the former, but he has had the chance to see others such as Clint Hill and Josh Windass and says he has been impressed with the pedigree of their new stars.
“I don't think it could have been any better,' he told the Daily Mail.
“He has brought in players with pedigree, players at a good age and players with experience to help the younger boys as well.”
It now remains to be seen how Rangers will line up next season with so many new faces having arrived at the club.
Barton and Kranjcar are likely to be regulars in the heart of midfield, but the youngsters such as Jordan Rossiter, Josh Windass and Matt Crooks may have to wait for their chances.
However, Warburton has shown he is willing to give youth a chance before now and perhaps he will show that again next season.