Rangers attacker Eros Grezda has made a tentative start to life at Ibrox since his £2million (Scottish Sun) switch in the summer, as he’s dipped in and out of the starting XI.
But manager Steven Gerrard surely now has to unleash the 23-year-old on a permanent basis so he can prove he’s a bargain signing.
The right-winger has shown in glimpses he’s a tricky customer that can bamboozle full-backs with his skill and his best game to date for the Gers came in the 7-1 annihilation of Motherwell, where he managed two goals and an assist.
Grezda has started just three games in nine appearances across all competitions this season and it certainly appears like Gerrard is holding him back.
Rangers have a crucial set of fixtures ahead of them, as league meetings with Dundee and Hamilton are sandwiched by a pivotal European tie with Rapid Vienna on Thursday.
The Light Blues need to win away at Rapid Vienna to qualify out of their Europa League group and will need their attackers to come good.
After the disappointment of a defeat to Aberdeen in midweek, Gerrard should look to give the likes of Grezda a chance to prove themselves against Dundee on Sunday ahead of the European showdown.
Grezda has the technical ability to force his way into the starting XI on a permanent basis if given more opportunities.
The Albania international certainly has an eye for goal that is yet to fully come to the fore and his defensive work-rate is another positive component of his game.