Sheyi Ojo, the borrowed Rangers star, revealed that settling in Ibrox was easy due to the warm and welcoming nature of the club's people.
The English had little time to get used to living in Glasgow, after his seasonal change along Liverpool from this summer.
Ojo appeared for the Rangers during both pre-season games and also scored the 90-minute Europa League qualifier against Saint Joseph in Gibraltar last week.
And after his move to Ibrox from Merseyside, Ojo admitted that settling down at Rangers was facilitated by the welcoming nature of the people in the club.
The 22-year-old believes that having a group of players and staff that is warm to new players makes life easier and insists that the Rangers were no exception in that case.
"Yes, (the first few weeks with the Rangers) they went really well", Ojo he told Rangers TV.
"It was nice to meet all the players and all the staff and settle down.
"It's just that the general feeling of the club, like the staff, everyone in general is really nice and welcoming.
"And of course when you enter as a loaner or new player, it's important.
"It's part of football, new players come in, so I think it's always good to have a group of players and a group staff that welcomes the (new) players.
"I already knew a lot about the staff, so I think it was an added advantage."
Ojo has had loan periods with Wigan Athletic, Wolves, Fulham and Reims in France since he arrived in Liverpool in 2011.