Winger Ryan Kent produced another dazzling display for Rangers on Wednesday.
The Light Blues were in Premiership action against Aberdeen and picked up three points after winning the game 4-2.
A brace from Alfredo Morelos, a James Tavernier penalty and a late Jermain Defoe strike ensured that Rangers remain in contention to win the title.
Rivals Celtic beat Hibernian on Wednesday, so it was vital for Steven Gerrard’s men to match their rivals who are six points clear at the top.
One man who didn’t get on the scoresheet at Pittodrie but ran the show was Kent, who has rapidly emerged as a fan favourite at Ibrox.
Rangers must sign Kent permanently
Kent’s man-of-the-match performance was further evidence that Rangers have a brilliant young player on their hands.
Although he hasn’t posted ridiculous statistics in terms of goals and assists (just five goals in 22 appearances), Kent has dazzled for the Gers with his direct style of play from the left wing.
Kent has proven himself to be the team’s dangerman, and the majority of fans appear to be more and more impressed as the weeks go by.
It has now become paramount for Steven Gerrard to try and sign Kent permanently.
The livewire is currently only on loan at the club from Liverpool, but it’s clear Rangers would be made weaker without him in their side – that was abundantly clear when Kent was recovering from a hamstring injury earlier in the season.