Ibrox could well have a new hero. And this time he’s not a Colombian firebrand with a penchant for mischief.

Alfredo Morelos is the resident Unofficial Prince of Ibrox Park. But with fears over his future at the club come the summer, the throne could well be lying vacant come June.

In Glen Kamara, Rangers fans might’ve found a favourite to replace him. And like Alfredo Morelos, he seems to get better with every passing game.

Kamara, 23, opened his Rangers account in the 4-0 win over Dundee. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Over the last few seasons there have been very few players who’ve slotted into the side as fast as Glen Kamara has.

His transition from the dark blue of Dundee to the royal blue of Rangers has been almost seamless. The midfielder looks a class act on the ball and off it, hunting down possession and calmly recycling it.

That immortal moniker of “Rolls-Royce of a player” was reserved for footballers like the Finnish international.

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He’s looks very stylish marauding around the middle of the park and a worthy addition to the side. More than that, the Ibrox crowd have taken an immediate shine to this kid.

The Finnish international has settled into Gerrard’s Rangers side very nicely. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Some players just have an aura and even the most pessimistic of Rangers supporters can’t deny Kamara falls into that category. He only needed to take a couple of touches for most to have him down as a player.

He’s showing everyone why former Dundee boss Neil McCann cannot get enough of him in the press.

And why some Rangers fans are already beginning to fall in love with the former Arsenal Academy graduate.

Has Ibrox found a new hero in the making?