RYAN Kent said Steven Gerrard asks how much his Rangers wanted it before they took on Livingston and then the winger delivered.
The 22-year-old netted his fourth of the campaign mere minutes after the break as the Gers ran away with a convincing three points.
Kent believes he and his teammates delivered the perfect reaction to their midweek loss to Kilmarnock as they returned to second in the Premiership.
Speaking to RangersTV Kent said: “All the boys got together after that disappointing result the other night and we knew we needed to put things right today.
“It showed a good character from the boys to go and get three points today and we did it in good style as well.
“I know I need to keep adding goals but as long as I keep getting in the right areas, which I am starting to do now, I know I am going to get more opportunities and then it’s up to me to put them away.
“He [Steven Gerrard] is asking how much we want it and I think the fans know after that performance today how much we do want it.
“Everyone has trained well this week and we need to carry that on now, take each game as it comes and make sure we get three points from every game.
“When you come to places like this it is always a difficult game, we had a difficult game here the first time round so we knew what we were expecting today.
“When you have the fans behind you like they were today it gets that extra ten percent out of us.”
Rangers must now continue the level they displayed against Livi into Wednesday’s Scottish Cup clash with lower league Cowdenbeath. Kent admits the game is pivotal to the Light Blues season.
He commented: “We will have the same mentality going into the cup on Wednesday and we’re looking for a victory to get us on a good path for the rest of the season.”