TODD CANTWELL has revealed the 'respect' that is at the heart of the Ibrox dressing room as he opened up on his transition from Norwich City to Rangers.

The playmaker made the move north of the border during the January transfer window and has quickly become an important part of Michael Beale's side.

Cantwell has two goals - away to Motherwell and at home to St Mirren - to his credit so far and has turned in a series of encouraging performances in his first months at Ibrox.

The Englishman was joined in Glasgow by Nicolas Raskin as he completed a move from Standard Liege and another handful of new faces will join up with Beale's squad this summer.

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It will naturally take time for each of those arrivals to find their feet but Cantwell knows the warm welcome that each will receive in the coming months.

"Yeah, maybe I have," Cantwell said when asked if he had been surprised at how quickly he had settled at Ibrox. "The enjoyments been been true, you know?

The Herald: Todd Cantwell. Photo by Kirk O'Rourke/Shutterstock

"The connection I seem to have with the fan base. And, you know everything that's happened so organically, it's been really enjoyable for me. I do genuinely feel like a very solid member of the squad now.

"It is completely [a tight knit squad]. You know, I can speak to any player at at any point. Goalie, centre-half, we just seem to all get on.

"It just seems like that sort of changing room. You know, you go out for dinner and everyone is sat together. It doesn't matter where you are, age groups, anything like that.

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"There's no divide, which is really nice because at some football clubs you do get that. And sometimes that's not even a bad thing. But like here it seems to be the complete opposite.

"I think everyone just respects each other and I think that's what it always comes down to. It's respect, you have got to appreciate that people come from different backgrounds, different football clubs, different, you know, different ways of living, really.

"And it's just the respect. And once you have the respect there are no issues."

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