Andy Halliday has told Rangers' official website that the strength of the squad's character is a trait which has gone largely unnoticed this season.
The Gers have earned plenty of plaudits for their performances so far this term, but their fighting spirit has not been mentioned all that often.
Halliday, however, feels that their determination was on full display over the weekend, as they came from behind to beat Queen of the South.
“The togetherness and the character shown by the boys this season is maybe something that’s gone under the radar," he said.
“A lot has been said, deservedly so, about the style of play and the results we’ve been getting, but there has been a lot of character shown too – none more so than Saturday."
Rangers' strength of character has arguably gone unnoticed, as they have cruised through so many matches this season.
The Light Blues have brushed aside a number of challengers, with the quality they have in their ranks shining through.
After going behind to Queen of the South, Rangers proved they can battle too, though, and that spirit will be crucial as the season progress.
Mark Warburton's side have now won their opening 10 Scottish Championship matches, and they have already established a nine-point lead at the top of the table.