By Dominic Toner

Joe Garner is confident that Rangers can continue their recent success in the Scottish Premiership.

The Gers face an away match against Ross County on Sunday and will hope to continue their league form.

Mark Warburton’s side are unbeaten in their last four league games and have moved up to second-placed in the table, with a nine point gap behind leaders Celtic.

Ross County are currently 11th in the Premiership and just one point above Dundee at the foot of the table.

Garner, 28, claims that Rangers are prepared for the next match and will not underestimate their opponents.

“We have watched a few videos on Ross County and they have maybe been a bit unlucky lately,” Garner said, as quoted by the club’s official website. “They have been playing some good football but we’ll go into the game confident after playing really well last Saturday. We are confident we can get a result up there.”

Garner moved to Rangers in the summer transfer window after leaving Championship side Preston.

The Englishman has found it difficult in landing a regular starting role and is competing with team-mates Kenny Miller, Martyn Waghorn and Joe Dodoo for a spot.

He has made nine appearances in all competitions and scored three goals, with two of them coming in his last two matches.

In other Rangers news, Steve Thompson has predicted the outcome of the match against Ross County.