GRAEME MURTY is confident there is plenty more to come from Sean Goss after an impressive start to his Rangers career.

The midfielder has quickly become an integral part of Murty’s plans following his loan move from Queen’s Park Rangers during the January transfer window.

He netted his first goal for the Light Blues in the defeat to Hibernian earlier this month and was instrumental against Ayr on Sunday as Murty’s side booked their place in the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup.

Goss struggled to make an impact in the first half of the campaign at Loftus Road but he could have a major role for Rangers as Murty sets his sights on second spot in the Premiership and silverware at Hampden this term.

Murty said: “He looks better, for me, in a two rather than as a one. We had him sitting at the bottom of a diamond and we need to grow his game understanding of what that looks like in and out of possession.

“But, technically on the football, he strokes the ball around the pitch wonderfully well. We just need to make sure we keep him fit, or fitter than he is currently, and we utilise him in the right manner.

“I thought, at times, his passing was good and it allowed our quicker players wider and up the front of the pitch to really come into their own.

“With that quick release and that range of passing that he has, he is always going to allow us that platform to go and play from.”

The performance of Goss was one of several positives for Murty to take from the 6-1 win over the Honest Men as Rangers set up a last eight meeting with Falkirk.

Doubles from Alfredo Morelos and Josh Windass and strikes from Jason Cummings and Jamie Murphy clinched a comfortable victory at Somerset Park.

Striker Kenny Miller also got vital match minutes under his belt as he returned to action following several weeks on the sidelines with a serious hamstring injury.

Murty said: “You see him like that every single day in training. He brings that enthusiasm, that application, that attitude and that quality as well.

“We need to make sure that, if we are going to have people that are keeping him out of the team, they are keeping him out of the team because they are at a higher level of all of those things.

“We have got no doubt that Kenny is a top professional and is a top guy to have in and around the changing room so bringing him back is a special thing for us and we need to utilise him correctly.”