STEVEN Davis spoke to RangersTV after the Gers dropped points to Kilmarnock at Ibrox on Saturday afternoon.
He said: “Obviously the dressing room isn’t happy, it has happened on too many occasions now.
“There is a lot of frustration there but we have to try to stick together and make sure we come out of this.
“I think we probably could have, with the amount of possession we had and the areas we got into, tested the keeper a little bit more.
“The problem is we are giving teams the opportunities whenever they come here.
“We are disappointed with the goals we have conceded lately and again today then that gives them the foothold in the game. That goes along with the game plan that they come here with.
“It is up to us to make sure we don’t let that happen and if it does happen push on and get the result. Today unfortunately we didn’t do enough to make that happen.”
Davis had a late chance to win the game for the Light Blues as he went one on one with Killie keeper Daniel Bachmann but he chose to play a square ball into space.
The Northern Ireland captain had been recalled to the starting XI following injuries to Ryan Jack and Scott Arfield
He continued: “As soon as Alfredo has played the ball through and lifted me ahead I thought JD is going to move in there.
“Unfortunately as soon as I put my head down, I think he has stopped trying to lose the defender so maybe a little bit of miscommunication there. I didn’t make the most of that.
“I feel I can make an impact here and it is up to me to go and show that and stake a place for a starting place in the team.
“The onus is on me, that is what I have got to go and do and show the manager I deserve it.”