Mark Warburton has brought eight new players to Ibrox so far this summer.
Rangers' Martyn Waghorn celebrates scoring their fourth goal
Speaking to the club’s official website, Glasgow Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn has offered his thoughts on the club’s transfer business so far.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton has been busy up to this point, bringing in no fewer than eight new faces. There has been a definite mix to his transfer moves, as he has signed both experienced and young players alike.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates at the end of the match
And Waghorn has been impressed by the work that the manager has undertaken, saying it is noticeable in training that the standards have gone up because of the blend that has been added.
“We’ve got a good blend and a good mix of experience and youth and I think that’s only going to benefit us,” he told rangers.co.uk.
“You can see from the quality of training that our standards have gone up a little bit more.”
Niko Kranjcar - Queens Park Rangers on the bench
It now remains to be seen what further work that Rangers will look to do in the summer transfer window.
There was a desire to add experience to the relatively youthful squad that was successful in the Scottish Championship last season.
He has managed to do that with additions such as Joey Barton, Niko Kranjcar and Clint Hill but it is unknown whether he considers those players as enough.
With fans hoping to see them challenge for the title next season, it would certainly not be surprising to see them making more signings before the end of the window.
QPR's Clint Hill