JON Toral has called on his Rangers teammates to work harder to put their chances away if they are to stop dropping points in the league.
Toral played his first 90 miniutes for the Gers in a frustrating 1-1 draw with Ross County at Ibrox. The Light Blues created a host of late chances after Lee Wallace pegged them back on 71 minutes but couldn’t put any away.
The 21-year-old admitted he should have scored himself and thinks if his new side can keep up the same intensity and become more neat in front of goal things will come good for the now third placed Gers.
Toral told RangersTV:
“Of course it feel like two points dropped, I think that is always the case when Rangers draw and I think the way we performed it highlights that even more because I think we deserved the three points.
“First-half was more of a 50/50 half but then I think we came very strong in the second-half and based on that I think we should have taken the three points.
“We weren’t lucky, we have to be more clinical in front of goal, and I thought we had plenty of chances to score two or three but it didn’t happen.
“We have to keep going, keep working hard on the training ground and make it happen next weekend.
“Sometimes it can be a deflection that doesn’t go your way but if you’re more clinical then you stick it in the back of the net and then there is no luck involved. It will happen for us if we keep performing that way.
“We have conceded too many goals, in the first-half they got the ball down the side and then we’re 1-0 down and playing from behind again.
“We have to change that, we know that but I think we showed plenty of character and we created plenty of chances to come back into it. We can’t keep dropping points.
“It is everyone, it was me and plenty of players had loads of chances, I had a few and should of scored but didn’t.”
Toral confesses he found his first three games for his loan side tough after joining from Arsenal until the end of the season.
But the midfielder believes his display against the Staggies proves his is starting to adapt to life in Scotland and the expectations that go hand in hand with playing for Rangers.
He continued: “Every team who play Rangers goes 100% because it is Rangers. You get told that but I think you don’t know that until you’re actually playing in a game.
“I need to get used to that, I think I’m doing that and I am just getting better and hope that continues with every game.
“I think I struggled a little bit to start with, the first few games I think you could tell that.
“With my fitness level I wasn’t quite on point but today I felt I finished the second-half pretty strong, it was my first 90 as well.”