The teenage midfielder struck a wonderful fourth goal nine minutes from time in the 4-1 win over Montrose having come on just a few minutes earlier.
Now Crawford would love to get a slot against Motherwell on Wednesday night as Rangers seek to topple the SPL leaders in the League Cup.
Crawford said: “It doesn’t get much better than scoring my first goal at Ibrox, especially as it was with one of my first touches.
“It’s amazing to come into an atmosphere like the one today although it can be difficult when you come on for the last 10 minutes.
“But I felt I did quite well and I was obviously happy with the way things turned out.
“It was a good move that led to my goal. Fraser Aird did well to get the ball to Lee Wallace and then he picked me out and I was just happy to finish it.
“I feel I can score more goals for the club so hopefully I can get the opportunities.”
It was a great day all-round for the youngsters with Lewis Macleod named man of the match after scoring one and setting up another while Aird grabbed his debut chance with both hands.
Crawford said: “I thought Fraser did well. He deserved his chance and he took it.
“He is really positive and uses his pace and that was great to see.
“Lewis scored at a good time for us and then he set up Lee McCulloch’s goal so I felt he did well.
“It had not been a good week after going out of the Cup but we got back on track.
“I think the second half was much better. We passed the ball a lot better and there was more energy.
“We’re looking forward to the Motherwell game now. It would definitely be the biggest game of my career if I play.
“I think we can build momentum now especially after the way we played in the second half.”