Rangers played their first game under Steven Gerrard last night.
So far so good for Rangers in their latest Europa League adventure.
The Gers beat Macedonian side FK Shkupi 2-0 at Ibrox thanks to a goal from Jamie Murphy and a late penalty from James Tavernier.
There is still work for Steven Gerrard's side to do in the second leg but if they can keep a clean sheet then they will reach the next round.
The pair were praised by former Rangers ace Billy Dodds, but he did raise questions over the Serbian.
Speaking to BBC Sport, Dodds said: "Conor Goldson looks commanding. Him and Nikola Katic don't look brilliant on the ball, they look basic defenders, which is a good thing.
"They look solid and that's what Rangers need, but they don't look like they could build the play from the back, especially Katic."
It is just one game and Katic and Goldson need time, and perhaps they had been told specifically to keep it simple and try not to over elaborate at the back.
An early clean sheet at Ibrox will give them confidence and Gerrard will be feelling good despite there being room for improvement.