I felt as though he really lifted things last weekend when he came on against Queen's Park with his pace and directness causing problems.
With him and Lee McCulloch up front, Rangers should surely have enough now to finally put this away hoodoo to rest.
I have been saying it all season, but what it comes down to is a question of attitude.
The Rangers fans have accepted just where the club is.
The Rangers management appeared to have accepted it, but there are still one or two players who haven't got their heads around the fact that Rangers are now a Third Division club. They need to smell the coffee, get their fingers out and start getting the results.
Jim Duffy will have Clyde well fired up for this game on Sunday at Broadwood.
It is imperative that Rangers go into the game with the right mental approach and put this away league record to bed once and for all.