MATCHWINNER Harry Forrester insists Rangers must build on yesterday’s dramatic win with another victory at Partick Thistle next Saturday.
The Light Blues travel to Firhill for a lunchtime Glasgow derby next Saturday in high spirits following Forrester’s last-gasp header against Dundee yesterday, and while generally pleased with the showing yesterday, he reckons Gers have even more gears they can find.
Speaking to RangersTV.tv, he explained: “It can’t be a good performance today and then not so good against Partick. We have already talked about that and it’s all about trying to get the consistency, getting another three points and building that momentum.
“We totally controlled the game, and we had a lot of chances as well that we didn’t put away. We came in a little bit frustrated at half-time but knowing we were doing well. We can do better, there is no doubt about that, but at the moment it is just about getting the three points and getting the confidence back.”
Forrester has been left naturally frustrated in recent weeks with the lack of first-team opportunities he has seen, and indeed he only entered the fray yesterday from the substitute’s bench.
But, he has continued to work hard to push his way back into the picture and added: “Every footballer wants to play football – that’s a given. I understand the role of a squad member and I have been that of late. We’ll see what it is like going forward but we are all in it together and we put our efforts in all the time.”