RYAN Jack says Rangers are determined to complete a seven game winning run to end the 2018/19 season.
The Gers put together five victories on the spin in the Premiership, for the first time since returning to the top flight, with their win over Hibernian.
Jack nearly ended the game in goal however, with Allan McGregor dismissed the midfielder looked to be keen to pull on the number one jersey before Steven Gerrard signalled Ross McCrorie would take on the task.
Speaking to RangersTV Jack smiled:
“I am delighted it is another win, which is five wins in our last five games so we are pleased with that.
“Second half we looked a bit tired and a bit unsure in what we were meant to be doing and we sat off too much, were sitting too deep and inviting too much pressure. It is another win and a clean sheet at Ibrox.
“It was whoever was going to go in goals and I think the manager shouted on and said put Ross in goals.
“If needed I would have gone between the sticks no problem, Ross did a good job and thankfully the ball stayed away from him.
“I am loving my football, it is a great club to be at and play for. It has been a good season so far but we want to finish off on a high and lay a marker down for next season.
“We just want to keep a feel good factor about the place and about the team. We have two games left and we can go and win those and take it into next season.
“Then we can look back on this season, reflect and then we can have a real go again.”
Rangers will have to beat Celtic next weekend if they are to stay unbeaten during the split fixtures and Jack says the team aren’t worried about the visit of their rivals to Ibrox.
He continued: “I have said before the Old Firms always look after themselves, it is a big fixture and everyone wants to win them.
“We are on the back of fives wins, confidence is high and we have beat them here this season before. It has all the makings of a good watch and we will be ready for it.
“It is important we go and give our all for the final two games and lay a marker down for next season.”