By Dominic Toner

New Rangers signing Joe Dodoo produced another eye-catching display in his second appearance for the club on Monday night.

The 21-year-old attacker came on as a second-half substitute in the 3-0 win over Stranraer as Rangers secured their place in round two of the Betfred Cup.

He delivered a couple of dangerous crosses after exploding down the right-wing channel, but his team-mates couldn’t provide the finishing touches.

Dodoo was unable to be on the scoresheet for the second consecutive match after marking his debut with a goal against East Stirlinge.

Dodoo joined Rangers on a four-year contract last week after quitting Leicester and told Sky Sports that he has no intention of warming the bench at his new club.

Their top scorer from last season Martyn Waghorn will be expected to lead the line this year and scored two goals in the victory over Stranraer much to the delight of fans on Twitter.

Waghorn had an excellent 2015-16 season, topping the Rangers’ scoring charts with 20 in the league and 28 in all competitions.

Dodoo, who can play as either the spearhead of the attack or in a flank role, has joined Rangers with little senior experience so far.

The attacker made one league appearance for Leicester last season, as they stunned the football world to lift the Premier League title.

The former England Under-18 international also starred for Claudio Ranieri’s side in the Capital One Cup, and notched an impressive hat-trick against Bury, the club he would later join on a one-month loan deal.

In other Rangers team news, manager Mark Warburton believes that his current squad is good enough.