Steven Davis is looking for medals to cap his dream move to Rangers. The 23-year-old midfielder joined on loan on the final day of the transfer window.
The Northern Ireland international started 22 matches in the Barclays Premier League this season, having joined Fulham for £4million from Aston Villa in July.
But he left a relegation battle behind for a chance of four medals.
Rangers are top of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League, in the final of the CIS Insurance Cup where they will meet Dundee United next month, and still in the Scottish Cup and UEFA Cup.
Davis is hoping for some joy out on at least one of those fronts before he contemplates his long-term future.
“Although I was playing top-flight football in England I see coming here as a step forward in my career,” he said.
“This is a massive club and Rangers are competing well in all competitions they are in.
“It’s just great for me to be a small part of it.”
Davis, who was at Ibrox as a schoolboy, added: “As far as I’m concerned this is just a loan move at the moment so I am just going to try and enjoy it as much as possible.
“In the time I am here, hopefully I can help the club achieve its goals, bring silverware back to Ibrox then perhaps take things from there.”