Kyle Lafferty is relishing the competition for places at Rangers after putting his injury problems behind him.
Lafferty moved to Ibrox from Burnley last summer but struggled with a back problem during the early part of the campaign.
He has also had to recover from ankle and knee knocks more recently but came on as a substitute against Dundee United on Saturday to score a late goal and clinch a 2-0 victory.
Lafferty replaced Kris Boyd at the weekend and realises he may have to oust his fellow striker from the team.
"Everyone knows what Kris Boyd's like and that he scores goals for the team," said Lafferty.
"It's going to be difficult to push him but I'm up for the challenge.
"It's good to be back. This injury wasn't as bad as first thought but the first six or seven months have been about injuries for me.
"I haven't really got going so hopefully this is the end of it and I can carry on. There is no doubt that I want to be here."
Lafferty joined Rangers in a deal worth £3million but does not feel any extra pressure to perform because of the hefty transfer fee.
He explained: "I just ignore it.
"All I can do, when I get my chance in the team and pull on a blue shirt, is try to do my best.
"It wasn't me who made up the fee; it was decided between Burnley and Rangers and it's got nothing to do with me.
"All I can do is - when given the chance to play my position - go out and show the gaffer what I can do."