Ross County manager John Hughes hails Rangers’ playing style ahead of their clash at Ibrox on Saturday.
rose off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership as they hammeredAberdeen
4-1 at the weekend.
They are now getting ready to take on
’s men, who are on a 24-game unbeaten run this season and 21 points clear of champions Celtic at the top of the table.
“Rangers play football the way it should be played. They keep the ball, you don’t get a touch of it.
“I could sit here and wax lyrical about Rangers because their style of play is right up my street.
“Proper football; Everybody can look after the ball, full-backs scoring goals, guys coming off the bench and doing the business, plenty of rotation, pace, goals and that’s why where they are where they are.
“I have been to Ibrox many a time when you are right up against it. There is no getting away from it, they have better players than us.
“So we will be right up against it but it is one we are looking forward to. As a player it cannot faze you, it has to inspire you.
“You get to test yourself against the best and I hope the boys can do that, that their mindset is that we can give them a game.”