By Emma Sanders
Rangers’ Lee Hodson believes his side are doing all the right things and they don’t need to change the way they play ahead of their clash against Kilmarnock.
The full-back started in the 1-1 home draw against St Johnstone on Wednesday and despite admitting disappointment, believes his side have been playing in the right way.
Hodson returns to face his old club on Saturday and the Gers star hopes Rangers will come out on top despite recent results not going their way.
“We know there are expectations playing for Rangers and we know the fans have high ones and so do we as players,” Hodson told the media, as reported by the club’s official website.
“We need to thrive off those expectations and I know as a bunch of players we are very confident in our ability and the squad we have here and we know what we can do.
“We don’t need to change the way we play, we believe in the way we play and I’m sure if we carry on then the results will come our way.”
The 25 year-old has started the last two games for Rangers, including their Old Firm defeat against Celtic last Sunday.
Hodson has faced a battle with James Tavernier for a starting place since Mark Warburton took over but hopes to be involved as Rangers go searching for their third win in seven games.
The Northern Irishman has made four appearances in all competitions for Rangers so far this season and hopes to add just his second league start of the season.
The Ibrox side currently sit in fifth position in the Scottish Premiership and are chasing rivals, Celtic who are ahead by nine points, leading the table with a seven point gap.
In other Rangers news, Mark Warburton has provided a fitness update on this Ibrox midfielder.