The winger was brought to Ibrox by Mark Warburton in the January transfer window.
Rangers winger Michael O’Halloran has told the club’s official website that he is now feeling settled at the club.
The winger joined the club from St. Johnstone in the January transfer window, playing a role in their eventual promotion success.
He had to sit out of their run to the Scottish Cup final though, having already featured in the competition for the Saints.
Rangers' Michael O’Halloran (R) in action with St Mirren's Kyle McAllister
That led him to feeling like something of an outsider, something that can often be an issue for January signings.
However, he says the chance to spend all of pre-season with the squad has left him feeling more like a part of the group.
“It’s hard to come into any new job half way through a season or whatever,” he told the club’s official website.
“But I think that going away to America and being with everyone constantly for those ten days helps you. It’s goof to feel part of it and now feel settled in.”
Rangers' Michael O’Halloran (R) in action with St Mirren's Gary Irvine (L)
It now remains to be seen what role that O’Halloran will have to play in the Rangers team next season.
With nine new signings arriving at the club so far this summer, there is now healthy competition for places across the field.
O’Halloran could be one of those that finds himself pushed to the fringes but he will be hoping that doesn’t prove to be the case after working hard to settle in this summer.
Rangers' manager Mark Warburton