If there is an unsung hero in Rangers' first XI at the moment, it has to be Daniel Candeias.
The Gers have been outstanding this calendar year and so many of Candeias's team-mates at Ibrox have received praise by the barrel - and rightly so in every case.
Josh Windass, Jamie Murphy, Jason Cummings and Alfredo Morelos have all snatched the headlines for Graeme Murty's side since 2018, but the Portuguese winger got in on the act on Sunday.
The 29-year-old scored the goal which gave Rangers a 2-1 lead over Celtic at Ibrox, to make it six goals and 10 assists in his first season in Glasgow following an £800,000 switch from Benfica last summer.
And those on the blue half of the Old Firm divide saw fit to acknowledge his performances this season after being reminded of his statistics.
I think his defensive play needs to be acknowledged as well. I think that aspect of his game has brought about an improvement in Tav as well.— Brian Manderson (@Banktonbear) March 13, 2018
More heart than most and an engine to match. Outstanding player with commitment and quality by the bucket full.— Barney Stinson (@Barney010Stinso) March 13, 2018
He’s been outstanding!— steven maclaren (@stevenmaclaren_) March 13, 2018
Plenty more to come. His goal on Sunday was a cracker— Geronimo (@bigjim47861594) March 14, 2018
Been brilliant all season. Has desire and a great engine. Crosses and assists like a winger should I just wish he had clattered that Lego muncher before that pass on Sunday— Kenneth (@n18kca) March 13, 2018
Absolutely! Tricky winger, pacey and puts in some wicked crosses. His assists total would be much higher if our strikers wouldn't miss so many.— Kevin (@Spartacus1965) March 13, 2018
Claiming that Candeias has been a revelation might be too strong-a-word, but he has been in comparison to some of Pedro Caixinha's other signings.
The Portuguese manager really did sign some awful players last summer - most notably Carlos Pena, for £2.7 million, or the forgotten man Dalcio - but Candeias and Morelos have certainly been the best of a horrendous bunch it must be said.