The midfielder became the first signing of the window at Ibrox last week as he agreed a loan switch from Queens Park Rangers.
Goss has struggled for regular match action at Loftus Road after opting to leave Manchester United twelve months ago.
He now has a chance to impress for the Gers as he looks to help Murty’s side finish strongly in the second half of the campaign.
And the Ibrox boss believes the 22-year-old has all the attributes required to make a name for himself in Light Blue.
Murty said: “Sean will bring something different. If you look at what’s been said about him, when you look at the type of character he is and what style of play he can add then, again, I’m very happy to have him on board.
“He’ll go and get the ball and get the game started from the back of the pitch.
“He has a lovely range of passing and he can extend the game with his lovely left foot.
“When things are difficult and teams are hard to break down we need someone who can dictate the tempo for us and hopefully Sean can help us there.
“He’s aggressive on the press so I believe Sean can be that guy.
“I’ve told him it’s about coming here and working really hard.
“We need to give him as much detail as possible to help him do that.
“He’s only 22 and I think it speaks volumes for the guy that he’s gone to Manchester United and asked to leave because he wanted to play football.
“He’s gone out seeking games and while it hasn’t quite worked out for the moment at QPR, he’s come to Rangers seeking football once more.
“I see lots of young people sitting on good money, comfortable with not playing football.
“Sean wanted to come here and go again. That speaks volumes for him.
“We hope to give him that platform. Hopefully we can do as much for him as he’ll do for us.”