The forward opened his account for his new club with a double against Airdrie in Friday night's Scottish League One clash as the Light Blues cruised to a 6-0 win.
Daly - along with Nicky Law - was once again playing as a trialist as Rangers wait for a transfer embargo to end on September 1 before they can register their eight new signings.
And, having now used up all his possible trialist appearances, he will have to bide his time on the sidelines for the next couple of games until the club's ban is lifted.
Daly told the club's website: "I can't play for the next couple of games which is disappointing and that kills the momentum a bit but I'm obviously really happy.
"When you come to a new club, you want to get off the mark as quickly as you can. It has taken me a few games but I've got there."
Daly has supplied plenty of effort in matches this term but had been denied the sight of the net bulging until the meeting with the Diamonds.
He eventually got off the mark when he nodded home from close range in the second half, before grabbing a second soon after.
Daly added: "I had a good chance which went just past the post just before I scored and I was started to wonder if I was ever going to do it.
"But when the ball came in at the back post I just went for it and thankfully it went in.
"There was a lot of relief and delight to get off the mark and get up and running.
"I feel my overall play has been decent and I set up a couple of goals as well.
"It's not all about scoring but as a striker you want to do that too and I was happy to do that here."
Lewis Macleod, Andy Little, Crawford and Law were also on the scoresheet as Rangers maintained a 100 per cent start to the league campaign to move three points clear at the top of the table.
Daly said: "We knew Airdrie would come out the traps and we tried to match them. They did really well to start with and began quite brightly.
"But once we got the first through Lewis, we followed it with another good goal from Andy and scored some really good goals.
"To score six as a team is always good. We're delighted with that and it means we're sitting comfortably at the top of the league."