Steven Gerrard has made a remarkable start to life in management.
The Liverpool icon has Rangers very much in a title race and will feel his side probably should have progressed in the Europa League group stage.
There’s passion and commitment in abundance in the squad and a team fans can finally get properly behind.
But he needs to make a decision over who are the first-choice centre-back pairing.
There’s been little consistency of selection so far with Connor Goldson, Joe Worrall, Niko Katic and Gareth McAuley all involved.
Goldson has partnered all three on a regular basis but should be given the chance to play regularly with one of them.
With a title at stake, making change for change’s sake is unnecessary.
Allowing Goldson to build a proper partnership with one of the three – rather than rotating between them – should help shore up the Gers’ defence.
All three could make a good claim to being first in line but so far Gerrard seems unwilling to make a decision.
It’ll also really benefit the full-backs and central midfielders by having a consistent selection alongside them.
Katic impressed early on before seemingly falling out of favour and being replaced.
Worrall has blown hot and cold and has never really hit the heights expected without ever really struggling.
Only McAuley hasn’t really played much but the veteran has shown he still has plenty left.
While Goldson certainly doesn’t look to be going anywhere, Gerrard needs to decide who his regular partner will be.
The Gers might just find themselves not conceding silly late goals and tighten things up at the back.