Rangers will be fully aware of the challenges they face going into this January transfer window.
Unlike other years, when they emphasis has very much been own strengthening the squad in the hope of toppling Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership, the aim this time around must be hang on to the talent that has gotten them into such a promising position in the title race.
One player who definitely falls into that category is Glen Kamara.
The Finnish international is said to be a target for a whole host of English clubs, as per The Scottish Sun, with potential bids in the coming weeks heavily touted.
But former Ger Neil McCann, who also managed Kamara at Dundee prior to the latter’s move to Ibrox, has suggested that the player will not be agitating for a move.
Speaking to The Scottish Sun, he said: “Who knows what will happen — maybe Rangers will receive an offer they can’t reject.
“All I know is that Glen won’t be making waves. He loves it at Rangers and when I talk to him he’s desperate to be successful there.
“I just think Glen will be in the frame of mind that he’s got things to achieve with Rangers, so moving now wouldn’t be right.
“If the club get a big offer for him, however, then they might look at things differently.”
This will be really reassuring for fans to hear.
Kamara seems like a level-headed, unassuming kind of lad, and to have that confirmed by an ex-manager should put some nerves at ease.
The only complication could come, as McCann says, if there is an eye-watering offer made for the midfielder.
In that instance the emphasis could shift away from what the player wants and towards the demands of the board, although you would hope that they wouldn’t make any kind of rash decision without a suitable replacement lined up in advance.