Former Rangers star Jason Cummings is settling into life down under well at Central Coast Mariners as his latest performance proves just how good he can be.
Cummings has scored twice and provided six assists for his teammates since joining the side from Dundee in January, an excellent start so far to life in Australia.
The 26-year-old played 90 minutes in the Central Coast Mariners win over Macarthur FC in the A-League clash in which Cummings was the star of the show with three assists.
There is a player there, no doubt about it and maybe the move away from Scotland can only be beneficial for the striker.
Former Rangers star Jason Cummings starring for Central Coast Mariners after controversial Dundee exit
The former Scotland international departed Dundee for Australia in January following a wild month full of speculation about his future.
He broke club protocols by going to the Open Goal live show at the Hydro just before Christmas at the end of last year and was made to train with the reserves amid an apparent bust-up with coach James McPake.
The striker played for the Ibrox side during a six-month loan spell in 2018 and there was talk at the club wanting to keep him permanently, but Steven Gerrard obviously had other targets and that was the end of it.
Hopefully, he can use this spell in Australia to prove to the doubters that he can utilise his talent in a different atmosphere and another big move may be on the cards in the near future.
First and foremost, his goal will be to try and score as many goals at the Mariners as possible inspire them to glory.