MARK WARBURTON was delighted with the performance from Harry Forrester who made it two goals in two games for the Gers in the League.
Speaking after the match, the Gers boss said that it’s no less than what he and assistant David Weir expect from a player that they know very well.
He said: “Harry was really good tonight. He’s got nothing to prove to David Weir and myself. The pleasing thing tonight was that the fans could see how good he can be.
“He is a technically gifted player, a street player. He plays off the cuff with loads of ability. He had been trying too hard to impress but the goal last Saturday helped him and tonight he showed he has loads of ability.
“He can play left, right, shadow striker or through the middle. He is desperate to do well. We need guys like that because we are really tight on numbers.”
Forrester joined the club on a deal that extends until the end of this season an Warburton explained that if the former Brentford player keeps working hard and playing as he is now then he could extend his stay at Ibrox.
He continued: “When you sign a player, it’s a big decision. You have to make sure it’s right for all parties. If he keeps doing what he’s doing, I’m sure things will work out well.
“We have to look at the make-up of the squad and what our targets are going to be.
“First and foremost, never make assumptions. We have to do what we need to this season. The quicker we achieve our targets, the quicker we can make decisions.”