Mohsni aiming to hit goals trail
Bilel Mohsni is aiming to beat his personal best by netting at least 18 goals for Rangers this season.
The Ibrox defender brought his tally to four so far this term when he weighed in with the opener in a 2-0 win at Ayr United on Sunday.
The French-Tunisian once bagged 18 goals as a youngster playing in midfield and would love to at least match that tally despite his role as a centre-half with Gers.
He said: "It's good to get the goals. For the moment I am in good form so I am happy.
"I will try my best to weigh in with goals. When I was playing with under-18s in central midfield I scored 18 goals.
"I don't know if I can beat that, we'll see, but I've made a good start."
Mohsni opened the scoring early in the second half, before Lewis Macleod secured the win with Rangers' second of the day a few minutes later.
He added: "We were struggling a little bit in the first half and didn't score, so there was a little bit of pressure.
"We needed to score and when we did the pressure went down and then when we got the second we could play more football."
The win may have been less emphatic than last week's 8-0 thrashing of Stenhousemuir but allowed Rangers to move eight points clear at the top of Scottish League One.
Asked if Rangers can remain unbeaten this season, Mohsni - who joined the club in the summer - said: "Hopefully, it would be very good.
"But now we just have to keep going. We have a strong team.
"We've not been speaking about it, we're just taking each game as it comes and we'll see, we have to win every single game and hopefully we can do it."
Ayr United player-boss Mark Roberts was unhappy with the display of another of Rangers' new recruits, Arnold Peralta.
He said: "The referee told me Peralta dived. Two minutes later he dived again. You get frustrated because he went down like someone shot him.
"There was nothing wrong with him because he jumped up two minutes later and he was fine.
"That's what happens with these foreign players, though I've done it a couple of times myself!"