STEVEN Gerrard isn’t worried about a hangover from his side’s energy sapping trip to Poland in midweek when Rangers travel to Paisley this Sunday.
The Gers boss is however warning of the threat St Mirren could pose, as the Light Blues look to keep up an unbeaten start to their season.
Jim Goodwin’s side impressed against Hibernian in their first game of the season, despite coming out of the game with a 1-0 loss at Easter Road and then ground out a win over Aberdeen in the last league fixture.
Speaking to the media Gerrard said: “We have just had a session then and we have tomorrow as well so it is two full sessions.
“We will still get the right amount of information to the players; they will still know the game plan nice and clear.
“It is not as if we are going to try something crazily different. So the players are all aware of what their roles and responsibilities are in the team.
“It is my job to make it as clear as possible how important these three points are. We have started the season really well in terms of the league and we want to build on that.
“We have got to go there and do everything we can, whoever is selected, to take maximum points.
“St Mirren will be tough, they have started the season in a good place and were unlucky to lose at Hibs I thought.
“Then they got a fantastic result against a good, strong team in Aberdeen so I think the warning signs are there for my players.
“It took a fluky Daniel Candeias left foot swinger to settle the game and they sat in there and made it very difficult. I thought they were very organised and they had a threat on the counter attack.
“The couple of games I have watched and analysed this season then I predict they might do something similar. We are going to have to be at our best to win this game.”