Connor Goldson is part of a leadership group at Rangers that has set-up a creed for the entire squad to live by.
Alongside the defender, senior stars Jermain Defoe, Ryan Jack, Steven Davis, Allan McGregor, Scott Arfield and captain James Tavernier make up the group.
And they have created a creed that all new signings and players sign up to – it includes the tenet “I give my obligation to this club to work hard every day, improve every day and sacrifice myself for the team.”
Talking to the Sunday Times about the creed, Goldson said, “There’s a page of it, ‘Attitude. Relentlessness. Togetherness.’ We always say the team is the superstar, not any of us.”
It is no surprise that the squad has such a humble approach to football on and off the pitch.
That is all down to Steven Gerrard and the drive and professionalism he has displayed ever since he arrived at Ibrox.
He has given power to his senior players to lead themselves and the fact they have showed such a determined spirit says a lot about how Gerrard leads the club.
The togetherness has been clear for all to see this season and as a result there are countless contenders to win the player of the year award.
No longer are we reliant on one or two players to win us points – it is a joint effort that has won us the league and kept us unbeaten.
With Defoe likely leaving and McGregor possibly on his way out too Stevie G must ensure he adds more leaders to the squad.
We have quality all over the pitch now but in tough games to come in next season’s Champions League we will need to call upon players with strong character.
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