JASON Holt says there was a “bit of everything” missing from Rangers’ performance against Ross County.

The midfielder said he was disappointed that the Light Blues couldn’t recreate their display against Kilmarnock a week previously when they swept aside the Ayrshire team.

The Gers went into an early lead in Dingwall but couldn’t capitalise on Clint Hill’s headed goal and conceded from a corner with 26 minutes played.

Holt told Rangers TV:

“The result is disappointing but we’re disappointed by the performance as well, we aren’t happy with going from really good last week to not so good this week.

“Getting the goal so early so great and we had chances after that to go and get ourselves a cushion in the game but we conceded instead which was disappointing.

“Even after that we had chances in the second-half which we were frustrated we didn’t take.

“There were a lot of things which weren’t as we had them last week; dynamic movement, forward runs and a bit of everything to be honest.

“That was what was missing and we’re disappointed we didn’t play like we did last week.”

The Rangers team now have a break of two weeks before their next Premiership clash with Dundee.

Because of the result against County international break has come at a bad time according to Holt who says it will be a long 12 days.

The 23-year-old said:

“We have a long time to think about the game now and analyse it and myself and I’m sure a lot of the boys will probably be thinking about it.

“For me I will be thinking that I could have done better and we have a long time until the next game now.”

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