RANGERS striker Carla Boyce believes that the team bond is as strong as ever despite a number of rocky results in recent weeks as the team gear up to take on Stirling University at home in the Scottish Building Society SWPL.

Coming off the back of a difficult match against Glasgow City, Boyce insists the Rangers squad are fully focused and ready for the match up against Stirling thanks to the return of key players.

“The team is looking strong and we have the full squad back. The whole squad are ready for the game on Sunday.

“We have come together as a team once again and worked very hard this week in preparation for the game.”

With a full rotation of league matches already played, Rangers have taken three points off Stirling University this season and while the team are positive, Boyce is aware of the threat from Stirling.

She said: “We take each game as it comes, every game we play in the SWPL will be difficult, no matter the opponent.

“As a team, we know that we must take our chances when they come, and we must start the game well.”

Having already scored against Stirling this season, Boyce is ready to add to her tally but admits that while she enjoys the thrill of a goal, it is the win that matters.

“It’s always nice to get on the score sheet but on Sunday, as long as we get the three points, it doesn’t really matter who finds the back of the net.”

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