WES FODERINGHAM said Rangers were missing urgency, passion and a clinical edge after they failed to score at Ibrox against St Johnstone.
The goalkeeper was back between the sticks for the Gers with Allan McGregor suspended and while he kept a cleansheet the stopper was asking questions of the attack.
Foderingham said the Gers can’t fail to score at Ibrox and vowed to give fans a better showing when Kilmarnock visit in the Scottish Cup on Wednesday evening.
Speaking to RangersTV he said: “I am disappointed; I don’t think we did enough to win the game. I think we need to do more at home to win those sorts of games.
“We didn’t create enough chances and yes we got a clean sheet but we should be scoring goals in these games.
“The manager has been honest in the dressing room and said it is not good enough for Rangers players and we need to be better than that – he is right.
“Only we can fix it on the pitch so hopefully you will see a better Rangers side in midweek.
“It is a difficult game coming up on Wednesday, even more so after this result but it is a must win game for us.
“We need to go out there with confidence and back at home we need to put on a better showing than we did out there today.
“There has to be more urgency, a bit more quality on the ball in the final third and a little bit more passion. I don’t think today we showed any of those qualities.”
Foderingham’s start was just his fifth of the season after Allan McGregor replaced him as number one this summer.
After three seasons as the first choice pick the 28-year-old says he must just at the chance to play when he gets it.
He impressed on his return, making two crucial saves to deny St Johnstone an advantage.
“To be honest I felt a little bit rusty, I made a couple of decent saves but I haven’t played for a while. Overall I was pleased with my performance though.
“I train well, I work hard in the gym but nothing can prepare you for actual football out there on the pitch. I take my chances when they come and I keep putting pressure on Allan.”