RYAN Jack said Rangers first game back in Europe for six years affirmed his decision to join the Light Blues.

The midfielder shone on his competitive debut for the Gers and while he admits his new side must do more in the second-leg of their Europa League qualifier the atmosphere at Ibrox was the real winner for him.

Jack played the entirety of Rangers 1-0 win over Progres Niederkorn and has promised fans there is more to come from the Gers after admitting they lacked cutting edge in the tie.

Speaking to RangersTV Jack said: “I really enjoyed it, the atmosphere was incredible, coming out of the tunnel was outstanding and it makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up.

“Those are the types of nights I signed for Rangers for, the European nights under the lights are always special and we got the result in the end but we know it is far from over.

“I think maybe the final pass was missing or the final cross and maybe having some more bodies in the box to score a goal.

“I think on our overall play, keeping the ball, moving the ball and everyone getting their touches I thought we really did well. We just want to be more clinical as a team to finish the tie off.

“I thought they just sat in and made it frustrating for us but that is what is going to happen when teams come to Ibrox, they are going to sit in and try and hit us on the counter attack and we have to deal with that.

“To be fair we never really looked at them that much, we just did a bit of video and a bit of set-pieces on how they play.”

Jack says he is still getting used to Pedro Caixinha’s way after delivering an assured performance on the Ibrox turf.

The 25-year-old believes the new look Rangers side are heading in the right direction in advance of their trip to Luxembourg on Tuesday.

He continued: “Sometimes it is difficult on your debut and I am still trying to get used to my teammates and they are probably still trying to get used to me.

“There are another few new signings in the side and we are still trying to gel together. On the whole we are happy with the performance but we know we need to step it up again next week.

“Since I have been in for pre-season the manager has worked on quite a few things on the training ground and he has said himself that he is pleased with the way things are going. There is definitely more to come from us.”

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