Rangers' Lee McCulloch is hoping the SPL champions can go on a winning run as the festive period approaches.
Gers are currently leading the table ahead of arch-rivals Celtic while they also have Europa League football to look forward to.
Although Rangers were eliminated from the UEFA Champions League, their decent results and displays have lifted McCulloch.
McCulloch is now hoping the club can kick on over the hectic festive period and he sees no reason why they cannot go on a winning run.
"We wanted to make amends for last season when we started well and then really flopped a bit after a positive beginning," said McCulloch.
"This season, with a different formation, I think we have done really well to achieve what we have done in the competition.
"We're just happy to have got third and hopefully the draw will be kind to us now and we can put a bit of a run together after Christmas.
"You have to take it one match at a time, and if you want to do well in all competitions you need a bit of luck with injury and suspension.
"At the moment I don't see any reason why we can't do well in both the European games and the domestic matches."