With the arrival of September Rangers can finally register and select players signed during the embargo period imposed when they fell into administration. One of the new signings Nicky Law hopes to give manager Ally McCoist a selection headache. Law and seven other new signings had to wait until Sunday to officially complete their moves to Rangers after a 12-month transfer embargo placed on the club officially ended. Law hopes he can now kick-start his career with the Ibrox club.Nicky Law launches Rangers Charity Foundation support for Enable yesterday in Glasgow (c) Wullie Marr | SportPix.org.uk
He said: "It is a relief. It has been tough, not just for us, but for the manager as well to pick his teams without eight of his new signings that he has brought in over the summer. It's been a strange situation but it's something we knew about really when we were signing for the club. We knew we wouldn't be registered for the first but we just got on with it."Rangers and Law have enjoyed a good start to life in Scottish League One, taking maximum points from their first four game and cementing their position at the top of the league with Law contribution four goals. The former Motherwell midfielder believes McCoist may face a selection dilemma as he tries to integrate the club's new signings into the Rangers squad. He said: "We've worked hard and we've had a really good start to the season as well. So there will now be some tough choices for the manager I'm sure."