Josh Windass says Rangers‘ inability to win three games in a row is ’embarrassing’.
The Ibrox midfielder spoke to the press this afternoon ahead of his side’s Premiership clash with Hamilton tomorrow.
And Rangers’ issues putting together anything more than a two-game win streak was put to him by the press.
They’ve had opportunities to do it already this season, but fell in the third game.
Now, after beating Partick Thistle and Hearts over recent weeks, Graeme Murty’s men have a chance to win three in a row for the first time this campaign.
And there should be no doubts about the squad’s determination to do that after Windass revealed his thoughts:
Josh Windass says it’s “embarrassing” Rangers haven’t won 3 games in a row & he’s hoping tomorrow will be the day they change that pic.twitter.com/nOzIm2UWni
— Alison Conroy (@AlisonGConroy) November 17, 2017
You’d fancy Rangers to get the win against Accies considering they were good value for their victory against the same team back in September.
Murty’s Rangers have looked a lot better than the team that struggled for consistency under Pedro Caixinha and he’ll be hoping they can maintain that to keep pace with Celtic and Aberdeen at the top of the Premiership.
And for whoever takes over permanently as the club’s manager, a confident, winning team will certainly help with that transition.