MARTYN WAGHORN scored Rangers fourth goal of the match against Hibs this week and he was delighted that the Gers were back to winning ways.

The Gers defeated Hibs 4-2 on Monday after drawing with Morton and being defeated by Falkirk and Waghorn said that he always knew the team would get back to winning ways and that he would get on the scoresheet.

He said: “It’s been a difficult couple of weeks and we’ve not picked up the points that we wanted to.

“I always believe in myself and think that if I’m playing then I’ll be able to create chances and score goals. It’s nice to get back to scoring a goal and winning the three points at the end of the day.”

“If you feel pressure and you are worried about making a mistake, then I think you are ultimately going to fail.

“You have to be positive and when you play in front of big crowds at big games, you have to go and enjoy it and be yourself.”

Waghorn missed a penalty against Falkirk that could have earned the Gers a point on the 19 December however he is not thinking about giving up the responsibility of taking the spot kicks for the team as he believes in his own ability.

He said: “I’m not going to shy away from taking penalties. It’ll always be one versus one and the keeper can always save them.

“I’ve scored them before and I’ve missed two – it’s obviously disappointing, as it might have helped us get that point, however I believe in myself and if we get another one I’ll definitely be up for it.”

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