Both Lewis Macleod and Robbie Crawford grabbed their first senior goals at the weekend in the 4-1 win over Montrose.
That came after Barrie McKay got his second of the season in the Ramsdens Cup clash with Queen of the South last midweek.
Fraser Aird also impressed as a substitute when he came on to make his first-team debut against the Gable Endies two days ago.
With the likes of Ross Perry and Andy Little also impressing after coming through the club’s youth ranks, this is another good period for emerging players at Gers.
And ahead of tomorrow’s League Cup tie with Motherwell, McCoist is keen to see the kids impressing again.
He said: “I was thrilled on Sunday to look at the boys who took part in the game, boys like Aird, McKay, Crawford and Macleod.
“They are all guys who are still teenagers and that’s a massive, massive thing for the club both in the position we’re in at the moment and moving forward.
“You have to ask the kids questions. They’re doing men’s jobs at the moment and they’re doing them very well.
“But they need to keep doing that and this game with Motherwell will be the sternest test they have had yet.”
Fraser Aird realised a dream on Sunday when he was handed his first team debut with Rangers: bit.ly/ORhr3j— Rangers FC Official (@RFC_Official) September 25, 2012