After a short break over the latter part of the weekend, we follow on from Kyle Lafferty, with an assessment of Alfredo Morelos.
The Colombian joined from HJK Helsinki in 2017 for approximately £1 million, as well as a few add-ons.
One of which, a friendly between the two clubs involved in the deal, takes place at Ibrox on Sunday. Yet, the talisman may still be unleashed in the Scottish Cup against Cowdenbeath, on Friday evening.
At the half-way stage, he has almost surpassed last season’s tally of league goals. He currently sits on 12, in comparison to 14 last time round.
What’s more, a hat-trick in the League Cup and contributions to Rangers’ Europa League campaign, have ensured he has already reached the magic 20-goal mark.
Yet, he is an all-action player and at 22, naivety and over-enthusiasm are going to rear their heads every now and then.
The most important thing, is that he’s winning matches for Rangers.
Two of the best examples of that, came away from home at Hearts and, dramatically, against St Johnstone.
His desire to get on the end of every cross and to get himself in the right areas has saved Rangers on many occasions this season.
Although the Gers have had a productive January window, it’s hard to think of a better signing than Morelos in the club’s recent past.
Plucked from relative obscurity in the Finnish top tier, the scouts have unearthed a gem.
If Rangers are to win things in 2019, this man will be front and centre of the success.