It has been a frustrating time for the big striker so far this term as he had made all of his eight appearances for the Light Blues from the bench.
He might well have broken his duck before now had referee Kevin Clancy not disallowed a perfectly good second-half strike for offside when he wasn’t.
As it is, he is still seeking a breakthrough and is confident it will come if he gets a chance to play.
Kyle has had to show plenty of patience after 18 months out through injury and he is getting close to full match fitness now.
Although he spurned a good opportunity to net in the last game against Stirling, he was far more impressive in the Reserve League win at Airdrie United two days later.
While Kyle didn’t net himself, his link-up play was excellent as he set up Kamil Wiktorski’s goal and played a part in a Francesco Stella effort which was also wrongly ruled out.
Now the former Sunderland hitman wants to make an impact for Ally McCoist’s senior side both by netting and playing from the off.
Kyle speaks exclusively to club TV channel RangersTV tonight and he said: “It would be nice to get that one under my belt.
“I’ve had some run outs here and there but most of them have only been around 10 minutes or so.
“If we’d had better refereeing against East Stirlingshire, I might already have broken my duck against them.
“I was definitely onside and I’ve never been quick enough to play on the shoulder and risk being off before.
“It would be nice to find the net against Queen’s Park. The clubs have a history going away back so this is a derby for us to look forward to and it’ll be good fun to be involved if I am.
“I’m really champing at the bit to get games and I’m eager to get in the team because I do believe in myself.
“The gaffer has told me my chance will come and when it does I just need to grasp it so I’m working hard towards that.
“Regardless of what anyone thinks, I know if I can get in and do what I do best, I’ll stay in the team.”