HARRY FORRESTER says that the Rangers players took the positives from today’s win but were also critical with each other over the goals conceded.
Echoing what Danny Wilson said this week about the Light Blues always being self-critical whether they win or they lose, Forrester said that in dressing room the players are always honest with each other about positives and negatives.
Speaking to RangersTV after today’s win, Forrester said: “We are an honest group of players and when we play well we are honest with each other and when we feel we can play better we are also honest with each other.
“We sat after the game and praised the good things that we did, but we also ironed out the not so good things, which were conceding the goals today.”
Forrester gave the Gers the lead before Russell pegged them back from the spot, then in the second half the Light Blues were 4-1 up and let the Doonhamers back into the match to score two more times to bring the difference to one goal at the end of ninety minutes.
The English attacker says that the squad know they have to do better at killing off games having allowed both Queen of the South and Falkirk back into games from commanding positions in recent weeks.
He continued: “We got the lead today, then wen’t four-one up and they scored straight from kick off and sometimes we need to control games a little bit better. However, it’s three points and one step closer to our target.”