LEE Wallace says he can’t make excuses for anything after Rangers suffered their second defeat in five days.
The Gers were undone by goals in the final minute of each half to be beaten by Inverness and the skipper says Ibrox “Is not a nice place right now” after the back to back loses.
St Johnstone visit Ibrox on Wednesday evening and three points are vital for a Light Blues side who Wallace say must answer their critics and fast.
The captain told RangersTV: “As everyone can imagine it has not been a nice dressing room after that.
“It is happening too often, it has happened too often this season and it really hard to get your emotions together now and assess how we have been in recent games and how you look at the whole season.
“There is no way I will stand here and make excuses for anything, we have to get our chests out, get our chins up and we have a massive responsibility on Wednesday to put that right.
“I don’t know the answer to why the performances aren’t happening, it has been disappointing and losing two games in a row is not a feeling you should have at this football club.
“It is a really shocking period just now and as you can imagine it is hard for me to put the feelings into words, it is not a nice place right now but we need to get ourselves together and take it from Wednesday.
“We will leave the positives for now, there were a couple of them and we will deal with them in the build up to the St Johnstone game.
“Now we have a massive responsibility because we thought we were coming here tonight to answer the critics, to answer the questions that were being thrown at us but we have failed to do that.
“It has been really disappointing, we can’t talk about positives now, and we will get ourselves down the road and make sure we’re ready for Wednesday.
“Losing the game in general is really hard to take because that is two games in a row that we have lost and it is nowhere near acceptable for this football club.
“I say it every time there is a not so nice moment that we are never going to be too down, we can’t afford to be too down, we must take our medicine and put in a performance against St Johnstone and get three points, simple as that.”