Tony Fernandes has made it his personal mission to get the best out of Armand Traore.
The French-born winger agreed to extend his contract with Hoops to 2016 for after 58 starts and 18 substitute appearances, but his ride with Rangers has been something of a roller-coaster since joining from Arsenal in August 2011.
Injuries and a hint from manager Harry Redknapp he is a mood player have restricted the 24-year-old so far to a one in two playing ratio so far, but his chairman thinks Trarore could finally come good in his second Premier League spell with the club.
Fernandes said: “Armand is a personal project, and he was one of the first people I wanted to see down at the training ground.
“The boy had bags of ability, and he should be world class, but he’s got to get his head right and got to want. Although it’s clear he wants to stay and play for the badge.
“If we are to gain stability and survival, we’ll need plenty of that.”