NICKY LAW says that Rangers have shown two important sides to their game in recent weeks as the team look to win all three points at Alloa tomorrow.

The Gers had to work right until the last minute to win all three points against Falkirk at Ibrox thanks to a Billy King header and then a single goal from Andy Halliday separated the Gers and Raith Rovers ten days ago.

Speaking to RangersTV this week, Law said: “If you look at the Falkirk game, we’ve probably not created as much as usual in that one and we’ve ran out and won the game.

“The main thing is that we win the games, even if we aren’t at our best. Yes we want to entertain the fans and score as many goals as we can but unfortunately it won’t be like that every week.

“Some of the places that we have to go to are difficult places, with difficult pitches and obviously the weather and all of the other things that can affect it.

“Sometimes we have to show that we can dig in and show that we have two sides to our game.”

Following the wins over Falkirk and Raith Rovers, the Gers then played a tight and goalless match against Kilmarnock where Mark Warburton’s men were unlucky to not get the breakthrough in the match.

Law says he knows the Gers will get back to scoring goals in the manner they had become accustomed throughout the rest of the season if they keep plugging away and working hard.

He continued: “It has now been three games where we haven’t scored as many as we’d have liked, particularly last weekend when we had some good chances and were unlucky with a few shots and keeper saves and things like that.

“We’ll keep doing all of the right things and like we showed when we had a little spell earlier in the season they will come back again.”

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