Quoted by The Glasgow Evening Times, Rangers boss Mark Warburton has revealed that he could sign up to two more players before the transfer window closes.
Warburton signed former Leicester City striker Joe Dodoo on a four-year deal yesterday for what was Rangers' ninth signing of the summer.
The 53-year-old certainly does not seem to be resting on his laurels after winning promotion back to the Premiership for the Gers last season.
And the former Brentford manager reveals that Rangers could yet welcome two more new faces to Ibrox this summer, bringing the total to 11.
"We’re still looking for one or two others and we’re making progress on that front as well," he said via The Glasgow Evening Times.
Dodoo follows Jordan Rossiter, Joey Barton, Clint Hill, Matt Crooks, Josh Windass, Niko Kranjcar, Matt Gilks and Lee Hodson to Ibrox this summer.
Whatever happens, Celtic will be favourites to win the Scottish Premiership next term and that will suit Rangers down to the ground.
It allows Warburton's side - who have won both of their competitive games in the 2016-17 campaign so far - to go about their business in a quiet manner and Celtic ought to be worried.