Kris Boyd has claimed that Rangers have been dominated in recent Scottish Premiership games but hailed the club’s habit of winning despite playing poorly.
The Light Blues have taken maximum points from their last 14 league games but Steven Gerrard’s side has struggled for large periods of recent matches.
The former Gers striker was speaking on Sky Sports’ Scottish Football Podcast as he claimed that his old side are showing the signs of champions despite not being at their best.
He said, “They may not play well but being dominated and still winning doesn’t make you an average team.
“The last four games, Rangers haven’t been at their best and there was the potential for them to drop points, but take 12 points from 12.
“It’s not been great, but that’s what champions in the making do if they’re going to win a league. They find a way to win.”
It is often said that the sign of a good team is when they are playing badly but still winning and this has been the case at Ibrox in recent weeks.
Not that Rangers have been terrible but in recent matches but the Gers have been second best for large periods.
In the recent Old Firm win at Ibrox, it took a Nir Bitton red card for Rangers to get a solid foothold in the game.
Until then it was the gloves of Allan McGregor that almost single-handedly kept the Gers in the game against their bitter rivals.
Rangers have a wobble every year and if the club are experiencing it at the moment then, weirdly, it bodes well for the rest of the season.
If the yearly wobble is just poor performances instead of winless runs then the Gers should cruise to the title this season.
As Boyd says, Rangers always find a way to win as Gers fans hope that this remains the case for the rest of the season.
In other Rangers news, RB Leipzig are reportedly interested in signing one of the Gers’ in-form players.