Kenny Miller insists Rangers still have the striking options to cope with the summer loss of Kris Boyd.
Boyd scored a whopping 23 SPL goals for the Glasgow giants last season as Gers claimed yet another title.
The Scotland international ace left Ibrox over the summer and penned a two-year deal with Middlesbrough.
While Boyd scored Boro's winner against Sheffield United on Sunday, Miller netted a hat-trick at Hibs.
Miller knows Boyd is a quality striker, but feels Walter Smith still has enough talent to mount another title charge.
"Of course, Boydy will be a big miss for us. He was important," he said. "But we have good enough players at the club to cope without him.
"I will certainly try to do everything that I can to score goals. I have started off the season well and it is my intention to try and continue that.
"The hat-trick I scored has been coming for quite a while now. We've done well in the few seasons I've been back at Easter Road and I've managed to get a few goals.
"But I am confident that I can score goals in every game that I play in and am looking forward to the match with St Johnstone on Saturday already."