The 31-year-old penned a one-year contract earlier this month at a time when he did not have a club following a string of injuries over the past couple of seasons.
Kyle, who last played for Hearts before a hip problem led to him being released in March, described his move to Rangers as a 'massive opportunity'.
And speaking today at Murray Park he once again expressed his desire to make the most of his stay at Ibrox, however long it may be.
He said: “See to be honest growing up I was a football fan and to me it’s just a job.
“I’m getting paid to come in here and do my best for this football club, to play on a Saturday and score as many goals as I can and do well for the team.
“That’s always the way I will look at football, regardless of whether I'm playing for Rangers, Hearts or wherever.
“That’s just the way I’m tuned in.
“I’m grateful to be here and I appreciated the size of the club and the fans, they expect me to do a job and so does the manager.
“They expect me to give 100 per cent and that’s the way I’ll always look at football.
“It’s the same with my friends and my brothers when they do their jobs, they’ve got to do their best and do the job right.
“That’s no different here.
“At the end of the day I just tell people it’s my job.
"I’ve got a neighbour shouting over the back garden while I’m cutting the grass and he’s asking ‘how are you enjoying it at Rangers?’ and I just say ‘it’s just another job pal’.
“That’s just the way it is for me. I really love being here and you’ve no idea how it is, my family came to the game on Saturday and my mum and dad were so proud.
“I do appreciate it but my job is to go out and do well for the club and that is what I aim to do.”
Kyle’s honesty is refreshing and perhaps understandable given that prior to his move to Ibrox he had to consider his future and what his next career move would be.
He added: “I don’t know how footballers retire at 35, I don’t know what they are supposed to do after that.
“When you are not getting a wage it’s very hard and being a footballer since leaving school at 17 I’m not blessed with qualifications to do anything else.
“I couldn’t just leave football and go and do something else.
“I’ve tried my hand at coaching but jobs are few and far between.
“Now to be in a contract situation, and I know it’s only a year, it’s something I can look forward to, enjoy and try to earn another year.
“As long as I’m fit and healthy there will always be an opportunity for me to play football, it’s just a big weight off my shoulders.
“It’s just not knowing what to do next, I’ve dabbled with bits of the media on TV and radio but I just wanted to be back playing football.
“I didn’t know where I was going but I believed in myself, the physio I was working with believed in me and here I am with and opportunity at Rangers and I’m really grateful for that.
“I felt retired 18 months ago and it was hard but now I am back and I have this great opportunity.
“Every day I’m excited to come into training and I haven’t had that for a while.
“Here the facilities are the best and it’s a pleasure to train here.
“It is bizarre in terms of the magnitude of the fans that turn out each week but it’s the league we are in.
“Some weeks we will 5,000 up at Peterhead and then 3000 somewhere else.
“We then come to Ibrox on a Saturday and to get 50,000 spectators there was pretty amazing.
“It didn’t really surprise because that is normally what you expect from Rangers fans.
They turn up regardless of what league the team is in, they love their team and that’s the way it’s always going to be.
“We thank them for that and hopefully they can do that every week for us.
"It makes it more enjoyable to play in front of a large crowd like that every Saturday, so we have to thank them.”