Rangers’ boss is delighted with the team collective effort which led them to the league title.
managed to beatSt Mirren
3-0 to endCeltic
’s reign over the Scottish Premiership after almost ten years and get their hands on the league title for the first time since 2010.
Rangers are top of the table with 88 points and 20 points clear of the second-place Celtic. The Gers have won 28 and of their 32 games this season, scoring 77 goals and conceding just nine.
has now talked about his team and the traits that led them to the league title.
“In year one and year two we have at times been heavily reliant on certain individuals,”
“It’s taken us time to get the squad into this shape with this quality.
“I think the star is the team. There is no ego in the team. Everyone is playing together. There’s a great spirit in the group.
“I think everyone – and me included – has expected at some point, as we got closer, to see some nerves or tension or some inexperience.
“But this shows the strength of the dressing room. There’s a lot of fearless young players and some real calm heads. We’ve got the balance spot on at the moment.
“That doesn’t mean we’re set. We need to keep moving it forwards and improve things – and we will.
“But in the short term it’s about getting them ready for two massive games now.”