RANGERS’ full-focus will be on their Scottish Premiership clash with St Mirren tomorrow afternoon as they look to continue their super league form.
Midfielder Steven Davis has been one of the key performers in Gers’ run so far this season, with Jim Goodwin’s Saints, who themselves are in good form, next up.
Finding multiple ways to win has been a key component for the Light Blues so far this season, and Davis told today’s press conference: "Over the course of the season, you are going to be asked different questions and have different challenges put in front of you and it is up to us to find the answers to that.
"More often than not so far this season, we have been able to do that - we understand there is still a lot of football to be played but we are just using the age-old cliche of the next game being the most important one, and making sure we are prepared for that.
"That will be the case against St Mirren as well."
Both Davis and Allan McGregor know exactly what it takes to be successful at Rangers, and the midfielder was quizzed on their role so far in this campaign.
Davis continued: "Your more experienced players are important, and it's important we continue to set the example on a daily basis and also be there to give the rest of the squad advice in different scenarios.
"I think for us, as a group, the majority of us have been together for the last couple of seasons.
"We have had the disappointment of the second half of the season where we haven't quite performed and we know in each and every game we have to go out there and give it our all and perform to get the result.
"If you come off it at all, then you can come unstuck. You have to draw on those negative experiences as well and hopefully that will help us moving forward."
It has been a hectic run of fixtures for Gers since the start of the season – with that very much being the case over this Christmas period.
Davis went on to explain how the team are preparing for matches in this time, adding: "It is a lot more difficult to actually get time on the grass in-terms of going through things. Of course, you have the benefit of video analysis and things like that, and we have our individual clips from each game as well, which can help us.
"But we are pretty well-informed in-terms of the opposition every time we play - we have got a style in-terms of how we like to play which is tweaked a little bit.
"So in-terms of actually getting time on the grass, it is a little bit more difficult."
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