LEE Wallace admits Rangers must find a way to break teams down better after Hearts restricted his side to few clear cut chances despite the Light Blues’ domination at Ibrox.

The skipper was returning from injury for the game against his former side and was disappointed with the Gers failure to score after having 65 percent of possession.

The defeat meant Wallace and his teammates have failed to win either of their opening home Premiership games of the campaign.

Speaking to RangersTV he said: “Of course we want to be scoring goals in front of our fans, we wanted to start the game like we did last week and we wanted to get back to winning ways today.

“We wanted to score goals, we wanted to pass the ball fast, we wanted to get the ball forward, attack spaces in behind, get crosses into the box and it just didn’t quite work out that way. We will look to do better in the next game.

“We knew Jon Daly was probably going to go back to basics with the system, he shaped up with a low block and his strikers were deep – we knew that.

“They were always going to deny us space, try and stop play down the sides and try and counter.

“Although we did very well at limiting that, I think there was one in the second half where Goncalves maybe got in we limited them to John Souttar’s long chance.

“You’re also hoping individuals can provide a wee spark, a 1v1 or a nice bit of play bit we didn’t get that enough today.

“It is something we are going to be looking at and trying to improve, especially at home we want to be scoring goals in front of our great support.”

Wallace says the Gers squad will now spend time pouring over the footage of the game in order to improve ahead of a trip to Dingwall to face Ross County next Sunday.

He continued: “It is a disappointed dressing room and It is the thing players here will always say; that they should be winning their home games that are as dominant as that.

“While we didn’t create brilliant goal scoring chances there was a few half chances and there was a lot in the territory in and around their box. We just didn’t do enough in the final area.

“It is just disappointing that is it now two games in a row where we have not won at home.

“We will look at it when we get back to training but we will always strive to be better, that is just how it is – we win or we learn.

“We will go away and we will look at the stuff we did well and look at the stuff we need to do better.”

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