The midfielder is one of eight new faces brought to Ibrox by Mark Warburton this summer.
Kranjcar is one of eight new signings at Ibrox this summer, as Mark Warburton has been busy in the transfer window.
He has principally been brought in to add some much needed experience to a relatively youthful squad at the club. Beyond that, Rangers will be hoping he can add quality to the midfield as they look to challenge Celtic for the title next season.
First he will have to adapt to their style of football, but the Croatian midfielder says that will not be a problem as Rangers current play in a manner that suits him.
“It’s the way I personally believe football should be played – playing out from the back, passing the ball through the lines and being brave,” he told rangers.co.uk.
“So I was really impressed and I really hope I can help the team improve with the qualities I have. At this point, I would just love to be involved.”
It will now be interesting to see what role Kranjcar has been told play in the side next season.
Given his reputation and experience, it is easy to imagine that he would be a regular for Mark Warburton’s side.
However, there will also be a determination from the Rangers boss to stick by the players that helped them secure promotion last season, and finding that balance will be a key question for Warburton to answer next season.
Scotland's Scott Brown (L) and Croatia's Niko Kranjcar in action