If Philippe Clement had a fully fit squad to choose from, there is every chance that Sam Lammers would currently be sitting on the bench for Rangers waiting for his chance.
Before the 5-0 thrashing of Dundee, he had just one goal and one assist to his name in close to 20 games, hardly the return expected of a £3m forward.
The new manager has brought a freshness to the club though and Sam Lammers is one of the Rangers players to benefit with Philippe Clement explaining one quality that makes the Dutchman a useful member of his squad to Sky Sports.
Sam Lammers qualities explained by Rangers boss Clement
Lammers was bought from Atalanta, predominantly, to be a creative force in the final third and to score goals.
Michael Beale had followed his career since he was in the Eredivisie and before he made a £9m move to Serie A and had hoped to resurrect a career that was stalling.
Unfortunately, things didn’t quite go according to plan but Clement seems to know how to get the best out of the 26-year old.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the Gers boss explained another quality that gives Sam Lammers the nod over other forwards: