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Godson hopes Gerrard's tinkering skills will work in their favor

Sat 09 January 2021 | 13:23

Since their defeat to St. Mirren, Rangers have not been able to shake off their loss properly despite winning all of their post-defeat games.



Connor Goldson

, hopes Steven Gerrard’s new alternations on the team will help them in avoiding any further problems. Despite receiving their first defeat against

St. Mirren

, Gerrard’s squad was able to sit 19 points away in the top of the league table ahead of their match against



“The Old Firm win was a big three points but you go from that to Aberdeen away, which is probably the second-toughest game of the season,”

said Godson.

“Those and Hibs are probably the toughest away grounds to go to in this league, so we know what performance and intensity is needed to get us the three points.”

“We’ve been working hard in training this week, making little tweaks and we want to improve when things are going well.”

“We spoke about it this week. It’s better to fix the roof when the sun’s shining.”

“Hopefully we don’t have to wait for a blip and we haven’t had to wait for a loss to work and improve.”

“We worked all this week on adjustments we can make. We’ve watched clips of the last few games on how we can improve as a team and hopefully that leads us well into the next few games.”

In return


urged his team to forget their previous title failures and focus on their current matches of the season.

He said:

“I have got total belief and confidence in my players, I always have had. We’re not a group of people who look back, we always try and look forward.

“We just beat a very good team last week in Celtic, we have won 14 on the spin, we are unbeaten in terms of the league.”

“So that gives me confidence and belief that we are in a good place – but I know as well as anyone that form is only temporary.”

“You have got to keep pushing, keep trying to max out, you have got to keep trying to raise the bar and face every challenge that comes our way.”

“It is very important that we stay in the now, we don’t live in the past, or too far in the future.”

“And the now is a tough challenge against Aberdeen. We are ready, we have prepared, we have had a bit of extra training time, which has been helpful. We reset and we get ready to try and win three points.”



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