The 21-year-old on-loan full-back only featured twice in the League Cup group stages before being forced on to the sidelines for an extended period on the eve of the league campaign.
Vokins returned to Staplewood to aid his recovery and make use of the advanced facilities available, before heading back north of the border in October.
“I played against Brora, and I played against Montrose at home, so that was good," Vokins explained, in the Ross-shire Journal.
“Obviously the fans were back a little bit there too, so playing games was nice.
“I was really looking forward to the start of the league campaign.
“Rangers was my first time back in the squad, so I've been working hard in training and trying to catch the gaffer's eye.
“Being part of the squad and being around him was good, I enjoyed it."
Vokins continued: “It definitely feels good to be back in and around the team and back into training now."
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