EROS GREZDA felt that Rangers had the opportunity to kill the game off in the early stages of today’s clash with Hamilton at Ibrox.
Speaking to RangersTV after today’s game, the Albanian wide man said, “I think we are frustrated with the performance.
“We should kill the game sooner and we could have killed the game in the first ten minutes with a second goal.
“We started very well and if we’d done that, it would have been much easier for us.
“I had two chances and I should have reacted better, but this is football and if you don’t score today, you have to keep going because you know other opportunities will come.
“The first one was deflected to the keeper and the second one it was good reactions from the keeper.
“I think that if I’d scored that it could have been the end of the game.”
Grezda and Borna Barisic combined today on the Gers left-hand side for the first time in a Light Blue jersey and the winger said that he has a good understanding with Croatian after playing with him at both Dinamo Zagreb and Osijek.
He continued: “Everyone will have seen today that when we play together we know each other well. It’s easier for him and for me and he was talking to me all the way through the first half.
“I could say that I felt that we did a very good job in the first half together. I can play with Tavernier too, he is a very good player, but I know Borna better.”
Grezda created the only goal of the game at Ibrox today with a cross from the left hand side and he explained that it comes from hard work on the training ground.
He said: “It was good play and this is the kind of stuff that we practice all of the time in training and I’m happy with my cross.
“I think Lafferty was first to touch the ball and his shot was blocked, but Daniel was in the right place at the right time to score.”
The Gers now sit top of the league on goal difference, but no one at the club will be getting carried away with that as the games comes thick and fast in this busy December period.
He said: “It is important when you are top of the league, but we have four more important games between now and the break.
“We just have to recover as well as possible and make sure that we give 100% in every game and play it like it’s a final.”