The young defender made his first appearance of the season in Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Berwick and hopes to retain his place on Thursday against Falkirk.
He is pleased to be back in contention and expects performances to improve as the Light Blues squad settles and finds a rhythm.
He said: “It’s a massive relief because it’s always a huge disappointment not to be involved, and it’s always an important thing to get a good pre-season under your belt.
“This almost is my pre-season now and I need to try my hardest in training to make sure I impress the manager.
“It’s definitely a transitional period because it’s almost a new side and at the weekend it was a whole new back four.
“That’s happened in almost every single game this year and it’s a period when we’re going to have to learn about each other’s games and how to play as a team.
“I think we’ve been very imposing at home and I think there are a few factors in that.
“When teams come here to Ibrox with the fans it can maybe be a bit of a shock to the system for some of the boys coming here.
“But we need to go and step up our games away from home. I think we have been a bit slow to start games but that can’t happen and I think we’ll quickly get over it.
“Finding differences would just be making excuses to be honest. It’s a game of football at the end of the day.
“We know the results perhaps haven’t been as good as they could have been away from home but it’s something that we will work on and improve.”
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