Rangers star Allan McGregor has admitted that the Light Blues have performed better than they did in last night’s 2-0 win over St. Mirren – but insists taking the three points is the most important thing as the Gers made it 13 league wins in a row.
McGregor joined an elite group of players to have made 400 or more appearances for Rangers as he hailed the reaction of his team-mates after losing to the Buddies earlier this month in the League Cup.
Despite not being at their best, McGregor was delighted to get the result that keeps Rangers 16 points clear of bitter rivals Celtic ahead of Saturday’s Old Firm clash.
The veteran keeper was pleased to end 2020 with a win and insists that it doesn’t matter how Rangers win, as long as they do.
“I think we’ve been a lot better that that this season but the most important thing is the win. We say that every time,” McGregor said [Rangers TV]
“It (the reaction to losing to St Mirren) been good. I think you need to do that. Every good team when you have a small set-back or a big set-back, you need to come out and forget about it foremost then learn from it.
“Then it’s about getting back to doing the good things you’ve done all season. I think we’ve done that so far.
“It doesn’t matter how you win any game of football, as long as you do.
“I wouldn’t say that’s the worst we’ve played this season but we didn’t really get into our stride.
“But we got two decent goals and I’ll say it for the millionth time. Two goals is the most important thing.”
Rangers fans took to Twitter to pay tribute to McGregor after he made his 400th appearance for the club in last night’s win