Ross McCrorie believes Rangers fans deserve better than they’re getting at the moment.
The Ibrox youngster is on the verge of a full return to the first team after picking up a foot injury during the winter break.
He was included in the recent squad to play against Motherwell after the international break, but was unable to get off the bench as Rangers had to stage a second half comeback from 2-0 down.
They managed a 2-2 draw in that game, following defeats against Celtic and then Kilmarnock in their previous matches.
And McCrorie believes the fans deserve better than that and wants Rangers to turn Ibrox into a fortress going forward so they can finish as high as possible in the Scottish Premiership table.
Ahead of potentially returning to action against Dundee tomorrow afternoon, McCrorie spoke to Sky Sports News:
"The fans deserve a lot better than what they've been getting lately"- @RossMcCrorie4 insists @RangersFC form at Ibrox must improve. Their home record this season is the worst out of the top-six in the Premiership. https://t.co/oK5tGdknua
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) April 6, 2018
Rangers have six games of the Premiership season remaining and are in serious danger of missing out on second place.
They currently sit third, three points behind Aberdeen in second, but are just a point ahead of Hibs who are in fourth.
Rangers also face Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final next weekend and fans will be expecting a big performance and result from their players in that one.