Reserve captain Cammy Palmer has praised the influence of first-team star Matt Polster after the USA international helped them to a 2-0 win over Celtic at Firhill.
Polster is yet to make his first-team debut following his January move from Chicago Fire but Palmer was glad he could help out in midfield as the reserves climbed to the top of the table with two games to go.
Palmer admitted that Polster helped him out with “certain things” against Celtic as Glenn Middleton’s double secured the win as shared his gratitude with the American.
“He obviously showed his experience and really helped me with certain things,” Palmer told RangersTV.
“He’s a good player and I’m glad he can help us.”
Graeme Murty’s side face Hamilton and Falkirk in the final two games of the season knowing two wins should secure them the title.
There’s also a Glasgow Cup final against Celtic to come as Murty’s side aim to finish the season with a double.
With five first-team games still to come before the season ends, hopefully, it will also see Polster get his chance to impress and stake a claim for a regular place in the starting XI.