Eros Grezda has had his injury problems since joining Rangers but is now beginning to show Rangers fans what he can do.
He bagged a double in the 7-1 thumping of Motherwell which sent Rangers into the international break on a high after a patchy period before that.
For many of Rangers’ squad, the international period halts their momentum somewhat, and does not offer an opportunity to impress either Steven Gerrard or the fans close up.
But Grezda’s Albania side host Scotland on Saturday and the wideman could continue his route back into Gerrard’s first team plans and the hearts of Gers fans with an impressive display.
Grezda’s confidence will be high after that weekend double and playing alongside his countrymen should give him another boost.
It will also potentially be an opportunity to show some title rivals up close on the pitch what he is capable of.
But it will be Gerrard he is most concerned about impressing. He still needs to prove his fitness and consistency is at the right level, but a strong performance against Scotland would do his cause absolutely no harm.
If Grezda does put Scotland to the sword, the Rangers’ fans supporting their national side may at least find some comfort in the identity of one of the protagonists.