RYAN Jack admitted Rangers will take being through to the third qualifying round of the Europa League and move on.
Like his manager the midfielder pointed to difficult conditions in Luxembourg which prevented the Light Blues hitting top gear.
The Gers goalless draw against Progrès Niederkorn was enough to move them through to a tie against Danish side FC Midtjylland and defeat the side who knocked a side, containing Jack, out of Europe in 2017.
Speaking to RangersTV Jack said:
“It was a bit frustrating, dry pitch, sticky pitch and hot conditions. It is one we’ll take getting through and we’ll move on.
“We have come a long way but there is never time to forget what we are good at and what has got us here.
“Tonight I don’t think we played really we created a few chances in the second half but I think there is a lot more we can give and hopefully in the coming weeks we will see that.
“The last game didn’t play on our minds, you just get on with it because you are so focused on the game, I don’t think the conditions helped tonight but we move on.”
Rangers now head to Kilmarnock this Sunday to kick-off their Ladbrokes Premiership campaign before jetting off to Denmark next week.
“I think it will be tough over in Denmark; we haven’t got ahead of ourselves and haven’t really spoken about it.
“Tomorrow we will look at Sunday and we will go down there looking to get off to a strong start because we know what happened last game of the season and it’s a chance to go and put that right.
“I think overall in pre-season even though it has been friendlies we have played very well and come Sunday it is league action and straight back into it.
“We’re looking forward to it and we’re looking to beat Kilmarnock to get off to a positive start.”