JON TORAL hopes there is plenty more to come from midfield compatriot Emerson Hyndman after another impressive Rangers showing on Saturday.

The American has caught the eye since making the move north of the border from Bournemouth in January as he has quickly become an integral part of the team.

Hyndman scored in the win over Motherwell and defeat to Hearts in his opening appearances for the Gers before hitting the decisive goal against St Johnstone earlier this month.

On Saturday, he helped boss Pedro Caixinha get his reign off to a perfect start as he broke the deadlock in the 4-0 Premiership triumph against Hamilton Accies.

Toral also played a key role for Rangers and the Spaniard is pleased to see his Hyndman fulfilling his potential in Light Blue.

He said: “I have been really impressed with him. I knew he was a good player from the clubs he had been at - Fulham and Bournemouth – and he has done well for us.

“I knew the type of player he is as well and I understand the way he plays the game. It has been great to play with him and to have him in the squad. He is helping the squad a lot.

“I enjoy playing in this team and the partnerships on the pitch need to be spot on. That is the case for myself and Emerson as it is for everyone else. We need to play as a team and we need to be connected.

“He is playing a little bit higher up the pitch and I am a bit deeper. It doesn’t really matter who gets the goals, we just want to play well and create for the team.

“That is what we are trying to do and hopefully we can help the team win games.”

Toral may not have joined Hyndman, Clint Hill, Martyn Waghorn and Lee Wallace on the score sheet on Saturday but the 22-year-old was still an influential figure in a commanding win for Rangers.

Boss Caixinha now has a fortnight to work with his squad during the international break as he looks to lead the Light Blues to second spot in the standings this season.

It was an accomplished team performance from the Gers as they eased to victory over Accies and Toral was pleased to be back at the heart of the action.

He said: “I was really disappointed to miss the Celtic game with a back injury. That really annoyed me.

“It was nice to be back and to get a win on Saturday. It was nice to play 90 minutes as well.

“The team has got great momentum, we have won a few games and got the draw at Celtic. “We will keep working hard, keep enjoying it and hopefully we can keep winning games.”