CROATIAN defender Borna Barišić was delighted that the Gers secured all three points with a win at Ibrox today.
A penalty brace from captain James Tavernier and goals from winger Ryan Kent, rounded off by a first Ibrox goal by Jermain Defoe gave the Light Blues the victory.
Barišić caught up with RangersTV after the game to give his reaction, he said: “I think that we are happy with the win, four goals and three points is a good result.
“To be honest, we can’t say that we played one of our best games, but getting the points was the most important thing.
“It is very important to win the points, because of the title race and we are building in confidence and now we can concentrate on going to Aberdeen. We want to go there now and also take three points.
“I think that we were the better team and we proved that by creating more chances, we maybe just need to score some more of them, and we didn’t.
“At the end, I felt that this wasn’t our best performance but the most important thing was that we won and that we scored four goals.”
Following a period out with injury, Barišić is back in the Light Blues starting eleven and he is feeling good, “Yes, I feel very good and everything is good with my muscles.
“I need to improve my form which will come with games and it will happen in the future.”
Barišić continued to foster a relationship on the left-hand side of the park with Ryan Kent, however, the Croatian put the performance of the team above that of any individual.
He explained, “He is a very good player and it is easy to play with him, but I think that me or about Ryan Kent, it’s about the team because if the team plays good, everyone plays good, it will be easy for all players.”
Next up for Barišić and the Gers is a trip to face Aberdeen on Wednesday night at Pittodrie, which the Light Blues will approach with confidence.
He continued, “It is very important to win the points, because of the title race and we are building in confidence and now we can concentrate on going to Aberdeen. We want to go there now and also take three points.”
“It is a very difficult place to go to and Aberdeen play good football, but we have confidence that we will do everything that we need to do and we will go there to try and take all three points.”