After we dismantled Motherwell, it looked like one player in particular had finally broken into his stride at the club. An Eros Grezda double and assist was the cherry on top of an excellent performance.
But the Albanian has since found himself out of the team.
More than get his engine firing, the international break seems to have stopped him in his tracks. But with Rangers two wide men firing on all cylinders, can he force his way back into the side?
Daniel Candeias and Glenn Middleton have been superb recently. The work ethic of both is infectious. They compliment each other very well – both being wingers, both playing on their favoured side.
Even Ryan Kent will struggle to get back into the team.
But Eros was one of our marquee signings. He signed for £2m from the money we received after the sale of Josh Windass.
So far, he’s only played a bit part role in Steven Gerrard’s Rangers revolution. Grezda has only made seven appearances so far this season, and made only two starts.
His two goals against Motherwell are his only contributions so far.
The 23 year old is returning from a major injury setback which held him back going into the new season. He’s very highly rated and it’s too early to judge. Even a Scotland rival complimented the trickster.
Now, he’s back on his feet and has to do more to force his way into Rangers.
But he’ll find it difficult was Candeias and Middleton playing so well.
And that can only be good for Rangers.