WHILE delighted to win three games on the bounce for the first time this season, Josh Windass now has his sights set on extending that run even further.
Gers travel to Easter Road to take on Hibernian tomorrow night, with Windass targeting another victory.
Speaking at today’s press conference, Windass said: “It’s obviously nice to get that off our backs and for everyone to stop talking about it. As far as we are concerned, we are just trying to win as many games as we can and hopefully we can carry the run on.
“The formation, and the way we have been playing, and also the intensity has been a lot better. I can’t really put my finger on why, but we have performed really well and hopefully we can carry that on tomorrow night.
“Winning games and scoring goals breeds confidence. I think we have just worked harder as a team in the last three games and hopefully we can carry that on.
“When it comes to the players, I don’t think any of us take that much interest on what’s going on outside, so we just carry on training and see where it takes us.”
Graeme Murty, in his role as interim manager, has greatly impressed Windass, with the midfielder continuing: “He’s been brilliant, and I think everyone who has come out and done an interview has spoken really highly of him, and that’s an honest opinion of what everyone thinks about him round here.
“I think he will be a top manager and he is doing really well at the minute. He obviously sawsomething which wasn’t working, has changed to the diamond and we have performed really well.
“I’ve played the last couple of games through the middle, which is what I prefer to do. I’ve scored quite a few goals as well which I can hopefully continue.
“Wherever I play in the team though, I’ll just try my best. [Murty] has been wanting me to come and get involved, but also to run in-behind and try to create space for others like Carlos and Kenny who play in the pocket.”
Rangers’ win over Ross County on Saturday came despite Gers not being at their best and the team going a goal behind, with Windass believing that showed their true character.
He added: “We spoke about that after the game. Compared to the two Aberdeen games, we were a bit off it in terms of performance, but the fact we went out and ground out a win after going 1-0 down to a really sloppy goal was a big test of character
“Hopefully, if we play not so well, we can carry on winning. It’s always been a question of this group if we have good character or not, but we have had setbacks and come back and responded really, really well.
“Hopefully we can cut the setbacks out and keep winning.”