The youngster insists he is at Ibrox to be a first-team regular under Mark Warburton.
The forward joined Mark Warburton’s side last week after his contract with Leicester City came to an end.
He has made a bright start to life at Ibrox, bagging a goal on his debut against East Stirlingshire on Friday.
He is expected to play a back up role to the likes of Martyn Waghorn, with his signing definitely one with an eye to the future.
However, he has sent a warning to his Gers teammates, insisting that he has gone to Scotland to play regularly and will fight for his place from the outset.
“I've come to play. I'm here to work hard for my place. That's the same for everybody coming in, they have to put the effort in,” he told the Daily Mail.
“Nobody signs up and goes straight into the team. You have to work hard everyday and compete with your team-mates and see if you can get the nod to start.”
It now remains to be seen what role Dodoo has to play in the Rangers set up next season.
Manager Warburton is not blessed with numerous options up front, so there is a chance for him to earn a first-team place should he impress.
A goal on his debut was the perfect way to do just that and should he continue in similar form, it would not be surprising to see him become a regular before too long.