RANGERS midfielder Steven Davis is delighted that the Gers are back in action against Hearts tomorrow.
The Light Blues face Craig Levein’s men at Tynecastle in a lunch time kick off in the capital and following a weekend without a game.
Speaking to preview the match, Davis said: “I was disappointed that we didn’t have a game last weekend actually.
“I’m sure some of the boys were glad for the break, but for me I’ve enjoyed being in the team for the last couple of games and enjoyed playing the role that I have as well, so I’m looking forward to the last five remaining games.”
After featuring for Northern Ireland in their matches against Estonia and Belarus, Davis has featured in the last three games, against Celtic, Hearts and Motherwell.
He continued, “I think even for myself personally I expected to come in and kick off straight away.
“Maybe when you take a step back because if you look at the game time that I’ve had over the past twelve or eighteen months, it’s not always going to work out like that.
“As the manager said, obviously it’s difficult to replicate the same intensity in training as a match, no matter how much training you do.
“It’s good to get some game time. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the last couple of games and I just want to build on that now and finish the season as strongly as possible.”
Davis re-joined the club in January on an initial loan from Southampton and he feels that he has a lot to offer the team, with the squad hungry to get back to winning trophies next season.
He said: “I’m just concentraing on the games at the minute, but obviously I’d like to be.
“I feel like I have a bit part to play, I feel that I bring a lot to the team and I think that we have a hungry group of players with a real desire to start to bring trophies back to the club.
“There’s been a lot of good work and good progress this season and we need to try and take that to another level next season.”