Star midfielder Joe Aribo says he won’t lose his focus in the coming weeks as Rangers set their sights on the Scottish Premiership title.
Steven Gerrard’s side head into their clash with Ross County this Saturday aiming to extend their unbeaten league run and open up a 23 point lead over Celtic at the top of the table.
The Gers were held by Motherwell last time out and Aribo is eager to get back to winning ways to take another step towards a sought-after silverware success this season.
Aribo said: “What we need to do and what is important for us is to take every game as it comes.
“Of course we were a bit slack but we know that we have to put it right and give the performance that we can to get the three points.
“I am expecting a tough game. It is going to be hard for us to get our style of play going and we know they are going to be in our faces from minute one to minute 90.
The Nigerian will be seeking to make his 15th start in 17 league games and end his 9-game goal drought.He has scored four times and provided two assists in 16 appearances for the team so far this term.