The 23-year-old signed a four-year deal with the Light Blues last night after an undisclosed fee was agreed with his old club Hearts.
It has been a tiring last couple of days for Templeton, who played for the Jambos against Liverpool at Anfield on Thursday night and scored in their 1-1 draw.
After training on Merseyside yesterday morning, he then travelled by coach to Edinburgh before making the trip through to Murray Park for contract talks.
Indeed, it was 1am this morning before he was able to sit down to talk to Rangers Media and he is back in at Auchenhowie for his first training session at the moment.
Nevertheless, he is desperate to be involved in tomorrow’s Third Division meeting with Elgin City and hopes to play some part in the match.
Templeton is a player who has often stood out at Ibrox whilst playing for his former employers and that was noted by home fans.
It’s an arena he feels very comfortable in and it’s one he hopes to keep shining in over the next few months.
He’s particularly keen to make an impact for fans who have really caught his eye lately for the way they have stood by their club in times of adversity.
Templeton said: “By the looks of it, the fans have been brilliant and to still get 50,000 of them turning out in the Third Division just shows the passion they have.
“I’ve got close friends who are Rangers fans and they all go to all of the away games as well so I know what the club means to them.
“For me, it’s really exciting to be looking forward to playing in front of them at Ibrox and hopefully they’ll take to me.
“I’ll definitely be ready for Sunday. After a good sleep, I’ll train with the boys and hopefully I can be part of the squad if the manager picks me.”
Gers fans have been impressed by the quality of signings manager Ally McCoist has been able to make despite the club now being in the Third Division.
What he maybe lacks in quantity he makes up for in quality after recruiting proven SPL professionals such as Ian Black, Dean Shiels and Fran Sandaza.
That standard of players at Gers after all the turmoil of the last six months excites Templeton and he can’t wait to team up with his new colleagues on home soil.
He added on RangersTV.tv: “I like playing at Ibrox. Playing out wide suits me and with it being a bigger pitch that obviously helps.
“I get a lot more space and time on the ball there so I’m looking forward to playing there every second week.
“Playing in front of 50,000 fans will be brilliant and I just can’t wait to get started. It’s a good challenge.
“I’m looking forward to coming in and training each day because the standard of player here is still very good.
“We’ve signed guys like Blackie, Fran Sandaza and Dean Shiels, who was brilliant last season. It’ll be good for me to link up with them.”