EROS GREZDA hopes he can get up to speed as quickly as possible as he recovers from an ankle injury.

The winger could make his debut against Dundee this afternoon.

Grezda has been tipped for a bright future but is only focused on proving himself at Ibrox.

He said: “I’m not so happy about that but I’m working very hard. These have been a tough two weeks for me.

“I’m really looking forward to coming back as fast as I can.

“I wouldn’t say that’s a pressure for me because I know my potential. I believe in myself and once I get 100 per cent fit I think everything is possible.

“The fans can expect to see a player who always gives 100 per cent, gives his heart on the pitch, always wants to win no matter who we play.

“Well, 70 or 80 per cent means that I could be ready for a couple of minutes but it’s their decision

“I play winger so my job is to assist. I love being close to the goal. And I think I’m fast.”

Grezda has followed Borna Barisic in making the switch from Osijek to Rangers as he agreed a four-year deal.

And he is pleased to be reunited with the Croatian once again.

Grezda said: “It’s a challenge. I have always watched football and I know the history of Rangers. When I got a call from them, I was so happy. I couldn’t wait to sign and be here.

“This is the third club [Borna and I] have changed together. We have a very good relationship. He told me everything.

“Only the good things because you don’t have bad things here. I couldn’t wait to come here and sign.”