GRAEME MURTY believes Rangers remain an attractive proposition for prospective signings as he seeks to add to his Ibrox squad in the coming weeks.

The Gers boss has completed deals for Sean Goss and Jamie Murphy so far this month and handed both players their debuts in the win over Atletico Mineiro on Thursday night.

Now Murty’s side will round off their time in the United States when they face Corinthians in their second Florida Cup fixture this afternoon.

Football hasn’t been the only focus for the 43-year-old, however, as he has remained in constant dialogue with Director of Football Mark Allen over Rangers’ transfer strategy.

Murty said: “We are working hard behind the scenes on a number of things.

“But the thing I wasn’t prepared for was just how many people recognise… We all know, the guys that are immersed in the football club every day, know how big it is to play here.

“But you forget the regard it is held in around England and around Europe as well because some of the people that are phoning up are high level.

“It has been great for me to have a sounding board in Mark to actually guide me in some regards and get me prepped for what has been a busy period.

“I have to say, I wish I had never heard of a work phone because it is never off, even on this side of the Atlantic. It is a demanding time but I think you saw on Thursday that we have done some good business.

“I am not sure that business is finished and if the business can be as good or even better then we will put ourselves in a good position and that is the idea, to strengthen the group and take us to a higher level than we are currently operating on.”

Murty has also welcomed Andy Halliday and Michael O’Halloran back into his squad after they returned from their loans at Gabala and St Johnstone respectively.

Winger Aaron Nemane left Ibrox at the end of his short stint from Manchester City, while Carlos Pena has been reunited with former boss Pedro Caixinha at Cruz Azul.

And Murty is happy to be able to wheel and deal in the transfer market as he seeks the right balance of ins and outs to take his squad forward.

He said: “I have had conversations with lots of people. I had a conversation with a Director of Football about one of our players, so people are interested in our squad.

“People are interested in coming to our squad, people are interested in taking from our squad and that is a good position for us to be in and, really, the position we should be in every transfer window.

“We should be a real stellar name that people want to come to and people will be looking at those guys not fortunate to be getting game time because we know the level we want to be at.”