Rangers attacker Ryan Kent is beginning to make a serious impact at Ibrox following his arrival on loan from Liverpool in the summer, but can still take his game to the next level.
The 21-year-old has become a crucial player for the Gers this campaign and looked impressive after his settling-in period.
He is a left-winger that has immense work-rate and his confidence is beginning to reflect in his play, with a number of eye-catching dribbles that are terrorising defences and his overall influence in the final third.
But perhaps the one grey area over him is that a player of his quality should be returning more goals and his tally of two in 17 appearances for the Light Blues doesn’t reflect his ability.
Kent can really kick on to reach the next level if he starts to score more goals and it looks like manager Steven Gerrard is beginning to unlock that key aspect in recent weeks.
The English winger’s two goals have come in his last four league games and its coincided with a purple patch of form that has seen him become a talisman for Rangers.
He certainly has the backing of Gerrard to express himself when on the ball and needs to back himself in goalscoring opportunities.
Kent should be looking to hit the ground running after the international break and have his eyes set on a trip to Hamilton, who have conceded 16 goals in their eight league games so far.