Carlos Bocanegra has embraced the pressures of being a Rangers player and claims to be relishing the constant demand for success.
The reigning SPL champions could not have wished for a better start to the season, with a 12-point lead having already been opened up on the back of an unbeaten opening.
Those charged with generating results are aware that they cannot afford to rest on their laurels, though, with it important to constantly strive for better.
Bocanegra has bought into that philosophy since his arrival from St Etienne and says he is thriving on the responsibility that comes with representing an Old Firm giant.
"We're used to winning here. Claudio Reyna said to me when I arrived I would experience something totally different with Rangers," said the American defender.
"He told me people expect you to win every time, by big numbers and by playing well. If you don't do that, the fans get on top of you.
"It was something I knew a little bit about and now that I'm here, I'm loving that side of things.
"I love coming out on top and I love the attitude the guys have as they don't want to lose. Everyone is hungry and in the last few games we've had a really strong bond."
The United States skipper - who won his 100th cap against Slovenia in midweek - has been a big hit so far thanks to his impressive partnership with Dorin Goian in the heart of defence.
But he refused to take the credit for his performances and insists his team-mates deserve praise for helping him settle in his new surroundings so quickly.
He told Rangers' official website: "That's testament to the team. When I came here at the start I knew Mo [Edu] and Alejandro [Bedoya] but that was it.
"The rest of the guys have made it so easy to fit in here and make you feel comfortable in the locker room.
"Everyone on the coaching staff and playing squad is just so relaxed and that has allowed me to settle as quickly as possible. That has helped me a lot.
"I'm looking forward to the game this weekend. Any time a club has a new manager as St Johnstone do, that team has a bit of an edge.
"It's huge for sides that come to Ibrox as well so we need to show the same intensity and desire we have been and hopefully that will see us through."