Edu has been an ever-present in Walter Smith’s side for the first time in recent weeks and is set to line up for them once more against Hibs at Ibrox tonight.
It will be the 17th competitive match the combative midfielder has taken part in since the season kicked off back in August.
Yet, Edu, who played for the United States in the World Cup in South Africa in the summer, is loving every minute of it.
The 24-year-old, snapped up for £2.5million from Toronto back in 2008, only played in 36 first-team games for the Gers in his first two seasons in Scotland.
So he has no concerns about the number of important domestic and European fixtures his club is having to contend with at the moment.
“I’m quite happy that the games are coming thick and fast right now,” Edu said.
“I won’t get jaded. I feel good. It’s still early in my career so I want to play in as many games as possible.
“Last year, I was unfortunate with injuries. In fact, my first two seasons in Scotland were a bit stop-start.
“This season I want to take advantage of being fit and be involved in every game. I know what it’s like to be out injured and to be in the treatment room while the boys are out training and preparing for games.
“It’s not a nice feeling and there’s nothing worse than knowing that you can’t contribute and help the team.
“I just hope that I can avoid that scenario again and I want to do everything that I can to help Rangers win more silverware this season.”
As well as Rangers games, Edu has to travel the globe to represent his country and he could play for Bob Bradley’s side against South Africa in Cape Town next week.
However, the popular player believes that being involved in the first team on a regular basis will actually enable his body to cope with the demands being placed upon it.
He said: “I think I have now had a good run of games with Rangers this season and the more you play the more comfortable you feel.
“I am definitely sharper than I was at the start of the season. Over the summer it was tough as I had a lot of travelling to do and didn’t really get a break.
“So, gradually, I feel that I am becoming more involved in games and for any midfielder that is important.
“I am just hoping that I can stay injury-free and that I can try to play my part in this team.
“It’s been an enjoyable season so far with a lot of great results, but we need to keep it going and not let our standards drop.”
Mo continued: “I think being in the Champions League and at a World Cup will always be a huge benefit as you have to up your game and take it to the next level.
“Playing for Rangers has helped to elevate my game and I feel that is what I need at this stage of my career.
“Don’t get me wrong, I still think there is room for improvement and all I can do is keep working hard.”
Edu cemented his place in the affections of the Light Blues support when he netted a dramatic and hugely important last- minute winner in an Old Firm game at Ibrox last season.
The athletic player has weighed in with goals in the Champions League game against Valencia – despite only making his debut in that competition this season – and Inverness Caley Thistle since then.
The American believes players in his position, and not just strikers, should get in on the goals on a regular basis at Rangers and is pleased he is managing to do so.
He told Rangers News: “I think scoring goals is definitely something I can do and perhaps I should have scored a few more during my time at the club so far.
“The manager challenged me at the start of this season to score more goals and that’s my target. I try to be a box-to-box player. I always try to make runs to get into scoring positions.”