Lee McCulloch may be Rangers' joint top scorer at the moment but he has refused to put any pressure on himself to bag more goals this season.
The midfielder netted the Scottish champions' first goal of the campaign in style when he set the ball rolling in last week's 4-1 win over Falkirk with a blistering effort which thrilled the Ibrox crowd.
And the 31-year-old was on target again yesterday when his equaliser sparked a dramatic comeback against Hearts as Rangers triumphed with a last-gasp 2-1 win at Tynecastle.
McCulloch failed to find the back of the net at all last season and, despite his eye-catching start, has no real plans to add goalscoring to his game this term.
"It's not a bad record compared to my goalscoring last season," he said.
"But I'm not really out there to be scoring goals, they are just a bonus.
"I'm happy with the goals but I'm not putting any pressure on myself to get any goals."
A versatile player, McCulloch has been used in almost every position during his time at Ibrox and has been deployed in the centre of midfield this season after a couple of outings at centre-half last year.
"I know my job and I know what I've got to do," he said.
"I know what the gaffer wants me to do and I enjoy the responsibility.
"I just think the ball is being passed about a lot more this season and everybody is enjoying it.
"Everybody is looking to get on the ball and, taking away the first half against Hearts, I think we've been looking quite good since pre-season."
With Pedro Mendes expected to shake of a thigh injury in time for Saturday's visit of Hamilton and long-term injury absentee Kevin Thomson now fully fit, McCulloch admits he will be happy simply to remain in Walter Smith's plans.
He added: "I'm enjoying it and I've always said I'll play wherever the gaffer wants me to play.
"It's good in the middle and Steven Davis is a fantastic player who helps me a lot. He's the one who is usually setting up the chances and I really enjoy playing with him.
"I'm just looking to stay in the team."
Rangers suffered a set-back when Thomson - making his first start after suffering a serious knee injury last November - was shown a straight red card after just 14 minutes at Tynecastle.
David Witteveen went on to fire the home side into a half-time lead before McCulloch threw the visitors a lifeline when he restored parity after the interval.
There was further drama to come when Kris Boyd snatched a last-minute victory from the penalty spot seconds after coming off the bench.
Rangers have struggled at the Edinburgh venue in the last couple of seasons and McCulloch admitted: "It could be a big three points.
"We haven't won here for a while and were beat here the last two seasons. It's a big, big result for us."