Alfredo Morelos enhanced his reputation as a potential Rangers star by scoring again on Saturday.
Fresh off the back of his brace in the League Cup demolition of Dunfermline, the 21-year-old was on target again as he opened the scoring in Rangers' 3-2 defeat by Hibernian.
The Colombia international now has three goals in 162 minutes of competitive football for the Gers and fans of the Ibrox club are, understandably, getting excited about him.
£40million already— James Douglas (@juicyartifact) August 12, 2017
Mannnnnn I love Alfredo Morelos so much. Been saying he's gonna ball for weeks now. Gunman.— JB (@OziLogic) August 12, 2017
Alfredo Morelos is going to be class for the Gers this year⚪️— Lewberto Firmino (@LewisBUFC) August 12, 2017
Seems like a great signing— Nicky (@Nicky1487) August 12, 2017
Does Morelos' hairdo help him make more accurate headers?— No Left Turns (@JJJungleJim) August 12, 2017
Yeah we nearly lost 5-2 as well, I think we have a potentially good team, dorrans Morelos rangers stars in the making— sclark73 (@opalfruit1212) August 12, 2017
I hope Morelos isnt to downhearted after the result today. He is going to get us loads of goals as a Rangers player.— AddTheTitlesRFC (@Shanewatp) August 12, 2017
Points:— Craig Smith (@csljm84) August 12, 2017
Looks like Rangers aren't only against the opposition
Morelos will score plenty
Miller should be a bench player
It was obvious that Morelos was a goalscorer, having netted 40 times in 52 games for Finnish outfit HFK Helsinki, but the young South American certainly looks like he can also do it in Scotland.
The youngster is one of nine players to join Pedro Caixinha's project at Rangers this summer and, at the moment, he looks among the best, along with Graham Dorrans.
It was not a great day for another new boy Ryan Jack, who received his first and probably not his last red card for the Gers during what was a fiery encounter in Glasgow yesterday.
The 25-year-old, who joined from Aberdeen, certainly has a nasty streak in him. Such tendencies can be a big positive, but they can also work against certain players and for Jack it is important to find a balance between retaining his passion whilst not losing his head.