ANDY Halliday is not letting himself get carried away with talk of titles after Rangers opened up an 11 point gap between themselves and Hibernian.

Gers are in control of their own title destiny with 10 games to go and the Govan-born midfielder believes the Light Blues are capable of knitting together a winning run between now and the end of April – starting against Raith Rovers on Tuesday evening.

The 25-year-old said: “Our mind set hasn’t changed since the first game of the season; we go into games and it’s all about ourselves and we try not to worry about what is happening elsewhere.

“We’re in a strong position with 10 games to go but nothing is concrete yet and we still need to go into every game with the same mentality.”

“Hibs are a good team, Falkirk are a good team and it has been a tight title race all the way through the season and I’m sure it will go down to the wire like it was always going to.

“We’re going into tomorrow’s game to try and get three points; it’s as simple as that. We are not going to get carried away with ourselves, we are still in a couple of cup competitions which is healthy and nothing is won yet.

“I will talk to you at the end of April and hopefully then you can get the answers you’re looking for!”

Alan Stubbs has said his side can’t catch Mark Warburton’s men but Halliday isn’t ruling out an impressive end to the season for the Edinburgh-outfit.

He said: “I think Hibs are a good enough team to win every game from now until the end of the season so it is up to us to stop that.

“We have a game against them at Easter Road and the distance has been there before, at the start of the season they managed to claw that back.

“We have 10 games to go and we have the ability to win all 10 and if we do that then we will have won the league.”

“I think the league has turned quickly because there are no easy games, we went to Dumbarton and found it really tough, they are an organised team and they have got some quality and it’s the same with Morton.”

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