Glasgow Rangers fans have been enjoying themselves since their team produced an inspired Old Firm 1-0 win over Celtic last Saturday.
The most pleasing thing was the way the Light Blue players out-performed the Hoops all over the pitch.
It was terrific to see Celtic captain Scott Brown struggle and being totally overrun and outclassed by the fired-up, and on-form Rangers players.
With joint top place already secured until the second half of the season, this has surely led to the renewed confidence around Ibrox this week.
What a great week that could prove vital for the SPFL title race.
The brilliant performance of Rangers as they beat Celtic in a surprisingly one-sided match should encourage the board to allow Steven Gerrard to spend more transfer money.
At least they now have some European money to dip into.
The Rangers board will be expected to back Gerrard up to the hilt, with what he has already achieved in such a short period of time.
It has been reported by BBC Sport that ex-England international Jermain Defoe has already agreed to an 18-month Rangers loan-deal.
According to The Guardian, Bournemouth have inserted two recall clauses in the loan agreement, giving them the option to bring him back.
The first clause can be activated in July 2019 and the second one could kick in on January 2020.
This sensational and surprising Rangers deal, if it comes off, could take striker Defoe right up to the end of his Bournemouth contract.
His goalscoring record could be a huge boost to Rangers winning the title.
They probably want to finish off their careers with winning a league title with Rangers, and becoming legends of the club.
Most fans will want 34-year-old Davis, the ex Rangers captain back, but the jury will be out about whether Adam would be as successful.
Rangers with Defoe and Alfredo Morelos working together as a new striker partnership, should insure plenty of goals for the team.
If the Gerrard revolution continues like this, Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic and the Hoops fans will be extremely worried about the outcome.