SCOTT ARFIELD is confident he and his Rangers team-mates can go from strength to strength this season.

The midfielder marked his Ibrox debut with two goals in the 6-0 win over Bury on Friday night as Steven Gerrard’s side got off and running this term.

The Europa League clash with FK Shkupi is next on the Gers’ agenda as the Light Blues return to competitive action.

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And Arfield is determined to play his part in the final third to ensure Gerrard’s side have a successful season in the 38-year-old’s first campaign at the helm.

He said: “It was far from perfect. We won by so many goals but it was far from perfect and there are things we are going to need to dissect and we know we can be better in certain situations.

“But what a start for us, what a start for people to get on the rollercoaster and get excited.

“That (score goals) is what I want to do. Before that goal I was shouting at people because I felt I should have got the cutback before that.

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“It is what I want to do and get as many goals as possible. In training I want to get as fit as possible to try and get into those positions.

“If you are not fit, you can’t be dynamic enough to get up there and get into those positions.

“There was a bit of luck because the keeper spills the first one but Glenn (Middleton) does well to come on and set up the second one. It is only a start for us but it is time to get excited I think.”