MO EDU reckons he's returning to the Rangers team at the perfect moment after he made his first appearance since May against Hibs.
The midfielder took the latest step on the comeback trail with a 17 minute outing in the 4-1 win over John Hughes' side.
And after seeing his side earn their fifth straight league win and take their tally of goals in those matches to 19, Edu believes his reintroduction couldn't have come at a better time.
He said: "I'm obviously delighted to be back in the team and it was nice to get a run out today but what's most important is that we got the win and continued the success we've had in the past couple of weeks.
"It's always a hard thing when the team is doing well to break in but hopefully I just get some time here and there and gradually work my way back in.
"The form we've been in over the last few weeks with the goals we've been scoring and the number of chances we've created has been a good thing to watch.
"For me coming back it's a good thing too because the training will be at a high level and there will be good competition and that will force me to be in a good position if I do get called in to play in the first team.