ROSS McCrorie has called on Rangers to find their cutting edge again after the Gers dropped two late points against Hibernian at Ibrox.
Darren McGregor’s 86th minute equaliser cancelled out an early strike from Alfredo Morelos and Man of the Match McCrorie rued his side’s missed chances.
The midfielder is back in the Light Blues line-up on a regular basis but didn’t want to comment on himself, stressing everything must be about the team ahead of the weekend’s Old Firm derby.
Speaking to RangersTV McCrorie said: “We are very disappointed; especially losing a goal in the last five minutes like that we are not happy at all.
“We need to get that cutting edge back after the last few games or we are going to have problems. We are letting teams back in it and today we shot ourselves in the foot.
“We have got to park this result just now and focus on Saturday’s game – we are going to go out all guns blazing.
“I am happy I am back in the side; I want to help the team as much as I can and I want to take on as much responsibility as I can to help the team move forward.
“It is not going to help with results like that today and to be honest I am not caring about my performance today, I would rather get the win.”