Rangers were held to a disappointing 1-1 home draw against Kilmarnock on Wednesday night in the league and they are fortunate that centre-forward Alfredo Morelos has had his scoring boots on this season.
Steven Gerrard’s side looked short of ideas in the final third and have struggled in certain games to break down teams.
The Gers have been very much hot or cold in attack and need to try find a balance where they ask questions of opponents on a regular basis.
Gerrard has stayed loyal to a number of players already this campaign, but it could be time for a change of tactic and introducing some fringe players may improve the output in front of goal.
Rangers signed attacker Eros Grezda in the summer and he’s featured off the bench in just four games across all competitions so far.
The 23-year-old Albania international has been on the fringes at Ibrox and it could be time to give him a run in the side.
He is a right-winger that could come in for either Daniel Candeias or Ryan Kent and he must be desperate for a serious opportunity.
Rangers fans have seen very little of Grezda this season and he’s yet to force his way into contention from training, but he’s surely worth a go and the club clearly saw enough in him to snap him up a few months ago.
The skilful wide man scored eight goals for Croatian outfit NK Osijek last season and could solve a good answer for Gerrard’s side in the final third.