Graeme Murty has refused to be drawn on whether Rangers improved under Pedro Caixinha, adding that questions surrounding the club’s success will only go away when the club challenge at the top of the table.
Murty was brought in as interim manager, following the sacking of Caixinha last month.
However, given that the 42-year-old performed the same duties after Mark Warburton left Ibrox back in February, he was asked this afternoon whether the team has shown improvement since he last took charge.
Murty was coy with his response, saying that with a club of Rangers’ size, you will only get a sense of improvement when the team become serious title contenders.
He said, “The only time that people are going to be satisfied is when we go and get right to the top, top table… and that’s as it should be.”
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Murty also mentioned his delight at hearing that the red card shown to Ryan Jack against Kilmarnock was rescinded by the SFA this week, making him available for their match against Partick Thistle on Saturday.