Steven Naismith has expressed his delight after scoring his first goal for new club Rangers.
Naismith found the target in the 65th minute of his full debut, as Rangers ran out 3-0 winners over Aberdeen to move back to the top of the Scottish Premier League.
The striker, who joined Rangers from Kilmarnock on transfer deadline day, admits he was relieved to score after making a quiet start to the game.
"It settles me down because I have shown that I can do it," said Naismith.
"I maybe gave the ball away in the first half and I was a bit nervous but the older boys kept me going.
"Then I got my goal and calmed down a bit more.
"All I can do every time I get in the team is show what I can do and hopefully I will get my fair share of games."
Injury concerns played down
Naismith had to limp off the field before the end of the match after a challenge from Alexander Diamond, but he has played down concerns of a serious injury.
"It was a bit of a wild tackle but I should be fine," he explained.
"Aberdeen were getting beaten by that point and I think he was just taking his frustration out.
"But we got the last laugh with the win. We won the game and got back to the top of the league."
Diamond admits the tackle looked so bad that even his own boss Jimmy Calderwood thought he was fortunate to escape with a yellow card, but the Aberdeen defender insists there was nothing wrong with the challenge.
Diamond said: "Maybe there was a trailing leg but I won the ball.
"I'm no stranger to that sort of reaction from the Rangers fans but I don't know why.
"Maybe it looked like a bad one and the gaffer said I was lucky but he hadn't seen the incident. Wee Barry [Nicholson] and Lee McCulloch both said I won the ball.
"I've played with Stevie at Under 21 level with Scotland and there was no malice at all, there was no intent to hurt him and hopefully he has a good recovery."