RANGERS will not look to change anything ahead of their next league test, at home to Motherwell, instead they will focus on what they do well – according to Mark Warburton.
The manager heaped praise on his side’s first-half performance against Dundee, a 45 minutes where they secured their first win since returning to the Premiership.
But while Warburton wasn’t happy with Rangers second-half display he won’t use it as an excuse to make drastic alterations before next weekend.
Speaking to RangersTV, the manager said:
“I don’t want to change anything ahead of Motherwell, we just need to work hard in our training and it’s about what we do well.
“It’s about Rangers doing what we do well and if we do that then we will be in good shape.
“I say it and it sound like a very simple statement but it is not, it’s true.
“We know when we move the ball well and with quality and our rotation and timing is good and we penetrate well then we know we’re a good team but we have to do that on a more consistent basis.”
Rangers 2-1 win at Dens Park came courtesy of first goals of the season from Harry Forrester and Kenny Miller.
Forrester has flourished since his move to Rangers last season and after injury curtailed his maiden campaign in Glasgow he has picked off where he left off in terms of form at the start of this one.
Warburton said: “It was important for them all to have had a good pre-season, for Harry, for Michael, for Niko, for Joey and even Lee Wallace.
“The squad has one more number from last year but we are still tight on numbers because everyone can play a big part here and that is important to us.
“I have no doubts about Kenny Miller, he trains every day with passion and desire, he is fit, looks after himself and is a top role model for any young aspiring footballer.
“He is first class; how he takes care of himself, how he speaks and how he conducts himself.”