JOE Garner thinks he is finally showing that he has adapted to Rangers style of play.

The striker has netted two in two for the Light Blues meaning he has scored in three of his five starts for Mark Warburton’s side.

The striker says he is finding his feet at Ibrox after arriving from Preston North End in August.

The 28-year-old said:

“The way the team plays is a bit different to what I have been used to, it might have taken me some time to get used to different situations and different runs I have to be making.

“The gaffer and Davie have worked hard with me out on the training ground and hopefully I keep improving as a player.

“It is always nice to score goals as a striker and I think the performances have been getting better week in and week out.

“We play a little bit differently to what I have been used to and it maybe took me a little while to adapt to it.

“I go out there confident I can score goals at this level and hopefully that will carry on this weekend.

“I don’t think it’s more physical, the Championship is a very physical league too and I think the way that we play is a change for me.

“We keep the ball a lot more than what I was used to, we’re a good passing side and we create a lot of chances.

“A lot of our chances come from angles, that is what a lot of the striker’s runs are based on and it may have taken me a little while to get used to it but I think I am getting there and improving every week.

“Whether I start is down to the gaffer and Davie, they will set the team up however they think is best for the game and whoever is out there will do a good job.

“That is what he is paid to do, we have some top players here, some top strikers and whoever he puts out on the day will give his all for the team and get a few goals.”

Garner says Rangers are travelling to Dingwall this Sunday confident they can pick up three points against Ross County.

The Gers are sitting in second in the table with just their Old Firm rivals ahead of them.

The striker said: “I think we have played well the last few games and we’re looking forward to the weekend, we’ll keep working hard and go from there.

“Hopefully the results will take care of themselves if we keep putting in the work in the training ground.

“I don’t think we’re looking behind us, as a team and squad we are looking above us and hopefully we can put a little run together and push on up the league.

“We have watched a few videos on Ross County and they have maybe been a bit unlucky lately, they have been playing some good football but we’ll go into the game confident after playing really well last Saturday. We are confident we can get a result up there.”

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