DANNY WILSON paid tribute to Rangers’ character after yet another late winner secured a vital three points against St Mirren this afternoon.
The central defender, who saw his backline keep yet another clean sheet, admits he revelled in Harry Forrester’s late goal, and he also pointed to the fitness of the Light Blues squad for the number of last-gasp goals they have grabbed this season.
Wilson told RangersTV.tv: “It’s been like that for a few weeks now, and we really showed the strength of character we have in the squad.
“When you are going for titles, the late goals become a lot sweeter than say, a 5 or 6-0 win.
“We want to try and get back to a performance level to try and get those results, but these 1-0 wins are just as important.
“We are delighted in the changing room as it’s another three points on the board and another three points closer to where we want to be.
“The longer the games go on, the more tired other teams are going to be. We just need to keep doing the right things and not change from our plan.
“We like to get the ball and move the opposition, and whether it takes one minute or 90 minutes to score goals, we are going to keep doing the right things.
“Harry has scored a great goal today, but sometimes you need to carry that little bit of luck as well.
“We’ve got a lot of talent in attacking areas, and it must be difficult for some of those boys as they maybe aren’t all getting the gametime they all crave.
“Harry has come on today and has had a real impact, and hopefully he can do that a lot more between now and the end of the season.”
Wilson also paid tribute to the Rangers support, as they remained right behind Mark Warburton’s boys throughout the 90 minutes.
He continued: “It works two ways. We want the fans to back us, but sometimes we need to give them something too.
“They were great today, and I know we maybe made them suffer a little today, but hopefully it wasn’t too much!”