HONEST Nicky Law has branded Rangers’ recent performances as ‘not good enough,’ although he insists the team remain confident of getting back on track.

The midfielder was a 65th minute substitute in Saturday’s loss at Falkirk, and that result came after a similarly disappointing 2-2 draw with Morton the previous week.

Law’s sense of irritation was evident, but he pointed to the number of games that still remain this season for Rangers to put things right.

He said of the side’s frustration: “It’s as high as it’s been. We had a chat for 20-30 minutes ourselves after the game, and there is nobody more disappointed than ourselves – and not just about today because as of late, it’s probably not been good enough.

“We have set ourselves standards this year, particularly earlier on in the season, and we haven’t reached them recently. Of course, teams are making it tough for us, but it’s up to us now to find more solutions to win these games as we can’t afford to keep dropping points with it being so tight.

“So we’ll work hard this week to try and find other ways to win games, but we are still top of the league and in a great position.

“It’s only December and there is a long, long way to go, and we are confident we will turn it around very quickly and push on again.”

Law made his first appearance in just under two months following an injury lay-off, and he had a positive impact on the game, injecting fresh life into Rangers’ attack as well as hitting the woodwork with an effort within minutes of entering the pitch.

While satisfied with how own performance however, he pointed to a superb performance from Falkirk goalie Danny Rogers as a key factor in the Bairns keeping their noses in front, with the stopper producing save after save, including a last-gasp spot-kick stop from Martyn Waghorn.

Law continued: “As I’ve said previously this season and before, all you can do when you get your chances is give your best and try and influence the game when you get on. I tried to do that, but unfortunately, I’ve hit the bar, and it just wasn’t to be our day on Saturday.

“In the last 30 minutes we threw everything at them and their ‘keeper was fantastic with some great saves – none better than the penalty save.

“But we pick ourselves up and move on. We have a massive game on Monday – we know how big that is and we hope to put that right.”

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