With Rangers flying high at the top of the table, and just those two defeats in the league with an essentially brand new team, it is worth a look at each player in turn and rating their seasons so far.
There has been a colossal turnover in players, with summer seeing over a dozen depart while around a dozen came in, and it is a testament to manager Mark Warburton that he has managed to gel a bunch of strangers so effectively. But how have they individually fared?
Here are your Ibroxnoise.co.uk ratings for each (significant) player so far this season;
He has had his moments, but overall he has been solid and made some fine saves. 8
Absolutely ridiculous start to the season has now normalised – known to struggle at the back now and then, and sometimes is a little flat in attack, but when he is in the mood, his attacking and goals are outstanding. 8
A solid, no-nonsense defender strong in the air but lacking a little finesse. He is nothing exceptional, but he seems adequate enough for this level of performance. He might struggle in the SPL though. 7
Seems to have gained a little form since his recall. While still not spectacular he looks a little more composed than he previously did but still is not overwhelmingly impressive. 6
Probably Rangers’ most gifted defender technically – has made few errors and generally been quite reliable. Can probably consider himself hard done by to have lost his place. 8
Has led by example, and while his final ball can be a bit loose, he is still one of Rangers’ best assets and no one is more committed to the cause than Rangers’ captain. Playing as more of a winger than a full back this season. 8
He has been out of position his entire Rangers career, so it is hard to judge him fairly; he has done as well as he can in an alien position, but for someone unfamiliar with the role his displays have been fairly solid. 7
Easily Rangers’ best player, with comparisons to Ian Durrant not being completely wide of the mark. Holt has been an astonishing success who has rarely put a foot wrong, and looks like he could easily handle the SPL and then some. 10
Only just come back into the reckoning after injury, Law was unimpressive earlier this season but has had a significant impact in the past month. Adds a lot of energy even if his passing can be a little careless. 6
Had to be content with a sub role pretty much the entire season, but gives his all when on the pitch and often makes a big difference when he appears. But it is unclear if that will be enough to retain his services beyond this summer. 7
After a composed and assured start, Zelalem has undeniably faded. The potential previously seen in him is conspicuous by its absence and he only starts as cover now. Adds little on the pitch these days and unless he regains the inspiration he previously had, a career in lower league football beckons. 5
Just a wonderful season with Murray Park’s very own just getting better and better. Barely made any mistakes, and is developing fantastically under Mark Warburton – with his goal against Cowdenbeath summing his talent up. 9
What a bargain. An inconsistent scoring record before he arrived at Ibrox, and now he is Britain’s top scorer and that is from a wide position. Waghorn has become more than just a cult hero and rightly so. Strength, power, and a zinger of a shot, Waggy is now a real asset and makes the £250K or so spent on his services look a joke. 10
Not getting any younger but few give as much to Rangers as Miller does – always running, always working, and weighs in with goals. Sure, his composure is not the best, but it never was. His experience is invaluable to this young Rangers team. 8
Clark is a technically poor striker, who still bags goals. A paradox. He has netted a few this season, including some good goals to boot, but his general all-round play is pretty weak and his first touch is rather awkward. Does not appear to be getting any better either. 5
Feel free to disagree in the comments, folks!