STRIKER Josh McPake felt Rangers Development squad could have scored more as they drew 1-1 with Chelsea U23’s at The Hummel Training Centre.
The 17-year-old got the goal for Rangers early in the second half, but thought he could have had another.
He said: “It was a tough game, it was physical and they were very aggressive but I thought we stood well with them.
“I was unlucky not to take one of the chances, I think Jake Hastie put one back post to me but I just missed it so we could’ve easily put another one in.
“I think a draw was fair but I feel we could have scored more. I think the opportunities we created were good and we were maybe just lacking that final touch.
McPake fired home on the 52nd minute to give Rangers the lead after getting on the end of a cross from Jordan Houston.
“Housty done all the work down the side and I saw him have a glimpse at me so I just kind of took a step back and waited for the cross and put it in.
“Especially for some of the first team boys it was good to get minutes on the park and for us as well to prove that we should be round there with the first-team all the time.
“It was brilliant, the stand is looking good it’s probably the most full it is going to get so it was a good day.”