Daly came off the bench against Alloa to pair with Boyd and the Gers scored the equalising goal whilst the two were working together up front. The Irish striker was unlucky to not score the winner as many felt that he had a goal wrongly chalked off for offside.
With Nicky Clark and Kenny Miller still missing for Monday night’s game against Hibs, Ally McCoist could elect to play Boyd and Daly up front and that’s something the big striker thinks could work out well.
Daly said, “Like any striker, I’d like to think that I can play with most strikers and I don’t see any reason why me and Boyd’y wouldn’t work together.”
“It would probably take a game or two for us to get used to each others game, but I think we would link up well. Like I said, the manager has got fantastic options up front now and he’s a bit spoilt for choice.”
“Kris is a fantastic striker and if he wasn’t getting chances you’d start to worry. Obviously as a striker you want to be scoring goals, but he’s getting chances and once one of them goes in I’m sure he’ll score a bucket load of goals because he is a fantastic finisher with a great record.
Another option the manager will have for Monday night’s visit of Hibs is to continue with the strikeforce of Boyd and Shiels who played against Falkirk on Tuesday.
Daly thinks that Rangers now have a lot of different options for the manager to drawn on, “The manager has Kenny, Nicky Clark and Deano who is back in for selection along with me.
“So the manager has a lot of options and it’s up to him to select the boys that he feels fit for each game. I’m trying to get back to full fitness and once I’m fully fit, hopefully I can give him another option.”