WES FODERINGHAM says that converting good performances into points on the board was the most pleasing thing about today’s win over Partick Thistle.
The Gers stopper kept a clean sheet and pulled off saves at crucial times throughout the match and when he spoke to RangersTV after the game he was happy that the Light Blues had added three points to their tally.
The English stopper said: “We said in the dressing room that the three points was the most important thing.
“We’ve played well in recent weeks and probably not got the rewards that we deserve, so three points was the most important thing and we’re happy to get that today.
“We’ve always been optimistic, we’ve been performing well so the main thing was that if we take care of performances then the results will come. We took our chances when they came today and it was two fantastic goals and we’ll try to build on that from here.”
With the game at 2:0 in the second half, Foderingham pulled off a fantastic double save from Jag’s striker Chris Erskine, the second of which blocked a certain goal. The keeper was delighted with the save after the match.
He continued: “It was a bit of a difficult one because it was right beside my feet and any goalkeeper would say that those are the most difficult ones to get down to.
“I managed to then get myself back up and make the second save which I was delighted about.”
There was a fantastic 48 thousand supporters inside Ibrox to support the Gers today and they were all in fine voice throughout the match, something Wes says the team will never take for granted.
He continued: “It was massive and the support from the fans is massive for us. We’re grateful for the support that we receive and we know how much it means to them.
“We know it’s a massive club and the demands that are set on us and we’re happy we can repay them with three points.
“Now that we are back on a winning trail, we have to stay there and climb that table as quick as possible.”
The Gers now have a week without a game due to the international break, however the keeper says that won’t stop the Light Blues from continuing to work hard ahead of the next match against Inverness on Friday 14 October.
He said: “The international break gives us a chance to keep working hard, we’ll be in and we’ll be working on the areas that we need to work on for when the next game comes around.”