Rangers manager Steven Gerrard strolled into Ibrox with his backroom staff to take charge of his second training session at the club.
The 38-year-old was pictured leading the way with assistant boss Gary McAllister in tow.
Gerrard is continuing his pre-season preparations and assessing the squad ahead of the upcoming Europa League first qualifying stage.
Steven Gerrard strolled into Ibrox on Thursday with his staff including Michael Beale (right)
Assistant Gary McAllister (right) and head of performance Jordan Milsom (left) joined Gerrard
The former Liverpool legend was joined by Michael Beale, technical coach Tom Culshaw, and head of performance Jordan Milsom, with all three moving up to Glasgow from their roles at Anfield.
Gerrard has already been busy in the transfer market ahead of the upcoming campaign.
Allan McGregor has rejoined the side, Scott Arfield has signed as a free agent after his Burnley contract expired and Jamie Murphy has made his move permanent.
Highly-rated 20-year-old Liverpool midfielder Ovie Ejaria has also moved to the Ibrox club on a loan deal and Croatian Nikola Katic was the latest to sign up on a four-year deal.
The former Liverpool midfielder appeared to be in high spirits upon arrival at Ibrox
Gerrard is preparing to take charge of his first game at the club having reconfigured the squad
The new faces will be keen to hit the ground running and bed in with competitive fixtures around the corner.
Europa League football beckons with the draw taking place on June 20 and first round ties to be played on July 12 and 19.
Before then, Gerrard will make his Ibrox bow on July 6, when Rangers welcome Bury to Glasgow in a pre-season friendly.
The 38-year-old is preparing his side to play in the first round of Europa League qualifying
Gerrard took time to pose with a fan for a photograph as he arrived for training
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