GRAEME MURTY has urged tonight’s matchwinner Josh Windass to get in good goalscoring positions more often so he can be a constant threat in games.
The talented Gers forward scored the only goal in this evening’s Florida Cup match against Atlético Mineiro having gone on as a half-time substitute.
His accurate 68th minute strike again highlighted his excellent finishing ability and Murty was not surprised to take his chance from Eduardo Herrera’s lay-off with great confidence.
The manager, speaking to RangersTV post-match, said: “He’s got that in his locker.
He’s a fantastic finisher, he gets into good positions, but I want him to get into those positions more.
“I don’t necessarily want him to come deep and start building play, that’s for other people.
“He needs to trust them to get the ball to him so we can use him as an attacking asset and I think when we do that and we show him how to get into those areas more often and more consistently, we can use his running power and his finishing to be a real threat.
“If he does that I think he’ll elevate his own game to a higher level which will elevate our game to a higher level which can only bode well for all of us.”