JASON HOLT bagged his tenth goal of the season against Dundee on Saturday and the midfielder is hoping to keep his run going and bag as many as he can this season.
The midfielder is in double figures in terms of goals for the first time in his professional career this season at the Gers and he knows that with the attacking manner that the Light Blues play he could yet grab more before the end of the campaign.
Speaking exclusively to RangersTV this week, Holt said: “It’s nice now to get into double figures for the season. I hadn’t scored in a few games, so it was perhaps a wee weight off my shoulders.
“I’d been getting chances, so I knew that if I kept getting into the right positions that eventually one would go in and that was the case on Saturday.
“I had high hopes that I’d get goals, but I hadn’t set myself a target or anything like that. I’m delighted that I’ve got ten now and I just want to keep going and get as many as I can.
“I always take each game as it comes and I want to get on the scoresheet as many times as I can between now and the end of the season and see where I end up.”
Only Martyn Waghorn Kenny Miller and James Tavernier have scored more goals for the Gers than Holt this season and he thinks that the freedom that he is given to roam at the Light Blues has paid a crucial role in that.
He continued: “I think that has to do with the style of play that the manager has implemented.
“We play with a lot of freedom throughout the squad, especially from midfield which allows me and the other midfielders to get forward often and join in attacks.
“It’s really good and it suits be down to a tee.”