GLEN KAMARA was naturally thrilled after grabbing his first professional club goal in tonight’s win over Dundee.

The Finn struck after just four minutes against his former club to open the scoring in the 4-0 rout for Rangers, though he admitted there were some mixed feelings over his goal.

He told RangersTV at full-time: “It was a bit bittersweet scoring against my old club, but I am delighted to score and I am happy for the win most importantly.

“We work on set-pieces, and luckily I was there to finish it.”

Gers were excellent in the first half to hold a 3-0 half-time lead, but despite Jermain Defoe’s late goal for 4-0, there was a little bit of disappointment over the second half from Kamara both on a personal and team level.

“I was a bit sloppy at times,” he continued, “but hopefully I can be better next time. [The manager spoke to us] about the game management in the second half and to try manage the game better.

“We probably didn’t play as well as we wanted to in the second half.”

Kamara has impressed so much in his four appearances so far, with the latter three coming next to Scott Arfield and Ryan Jack.

He continued: “I am enjoying it and they are both good players. They have been here a while so they both know the game.”

“It has been good so far for myself and the team is doing well so I am happy.”

And on the trip north to face Aberdeen on Sunday, he added: “We have got to go there with a positive mindset and get the win.”

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