The pair have already formed a formidable partnership at the back for Ally McCoist's team this term, with both men netting six goals between them in the last two games.
Their latest strikes came in Tuesday's win in the Ramsdens Cup against Queen of the South, with the duo also keeping a clean sheet in the 3-0 victory.
And Mohsni believes this could be the start of an iconic partnership at the Rangers rearguard.
The Frenchman said: "I will try my best to score in every game and it would be fantastic if I was to get a goal every time.
"It was a good header from Jig to set me up and I thought I would score.
"Lee is a very good player so it is very easy to play with him. He has a lot of experience and we do a lot of talking.
"In our position, you have to talk a lot to organise and that makes it easier for the other players if you do that.
"Lee can play in different positions so he reads the game very well and understands how people work.
"Because he plays as a striker too, he knows how other strikers will run and he makes the position look a lot easier than it is. He is a very good player."
Mohsni added: "I had never heard of the Ramsdens Cup before this season.
"But I have learned that at Rangers it's important to win every game.
"This is a competition and we want to win it."