Rangers star Steven Davis has been pleased by the reaction from his Gers team-mates after losing to St. Mirren in the League Cup earlier this season – and admits the trip to Paisley tomorrow is a “massive game” for Steven Gerrard’s side.
The Gers will see out 2020 with the short journey to the SMISA Stadium for the second time this month and Davis confessed that it was a “huge disappointment” last time out as the Gers lost in extra time.
The veteran Northern Irish international has been impressed with the way the Gers have “more often than not” been able to break teams down this term but was adamant the Light Blues aren’t looking beyond the Buddies to Saturday’s Old Firm.
The win over Hibs made it three wins from three since losing to Jim Goodwin’s side – while also making it 12 wins in a row in the league as the Gers push towards their first title in a decade.
“Listen, it was a huge disappointent,” Davis said [Rangers TV].
“It’s not a feeling we’ve had too often this season but the most pleasing thing is that the response since has been good. It’s a massive game for us. A really important game against a side who are bang on form and full of confidence. We’ll be going there and doing our utmost to get the three points.
“Over the course of the season we’ll be asked different questions and have different challenges put in front of us but it is up to us to try and find the answers. More often than not we have been able to do that but understand there is still a lot of football to be played but the next game is the most important one.”
Davis could be joined in the Gers midfield by one Ibrox star who is hopeful he gets a chance to start in Paisley tomorrow