Nikica Jelavic claims he is not surprised by the success Rangers have enjoyed so far this season.
The Croatian striker is currently on the sidelines with a long-term ankle injury he picked up at the start of October.
Jelavic has been impressed by Rangers' progress while watching from the sidelines with the Gers two points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand over Old Firm rivals Celtic.
Jelavic is now itching to return to action after settling quickly into his new surroundings.
"It's true that the team has been doing very well but I am not surprised by this as our squad has a great spirit," Jelavic told Rangers News.
"As a player, this is a very good situation and from the first day I walked through the doors I felt very good.
"Some players need a few months or even a year to adapt and find the style of football played at a new club.
"But sometimes this is in your head and I feel very comfortable being at Rangers; it has been very easy to settle and I think this helps everyone.
"When you have a good squad in the dressing room, and the players like to share a joke and have a laugh with you, it immediately makes you feel a part of things.
"It has not been hard for me to adapt and I just look forward to playing again."