By Alex Taylor

Rangers star Martyn Waghorn has talked up his team’s quality following the influx of new signings at Ibrox this summer.

The Gers top scorer believes the club are in for a good season after welcoming several new faces to the squad.

The 26-year-old bagged 28 goals and 8 assists this season in 36 games in all competitions in 2015-16, starting all but one of those matches.

“I think we are very fortunate with the quality of player we’ve got – the likes of Kenny Miller, Barrie McKay and me and we have added Josh Windass and Niko Krancjar,” Waghorn told the Evening Times.”

“The options are good and the competition keeps you on your toes. It’s a good mixture because we are all different players. The competition is there, the quality is undoubted and I think it’s going to be a good year.”

The former Sunderland striker played a crucial role for the Scottish giants this season as they clinched promotion as champions of the Scottish second tier and will be looking forward to reigniting his sides fierce rivalry with Celtic.

The forward has represented his national side England at both under-19 and under-21 level, with goals against Azerbaijan and Israel to his name.

In other Rangers news, signing Niko Kranjcar feels he is perfectly suited to the style of play at the club as he battles with his fitness in pre-season.