By John Reid
Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty has said that he is only concentrating on ‘the players and the next game’, as he continues to be in charge of the Ibrox club.
Murty spoke to Sky Sports ahead of the weekend match against Hamilton, and revealed that he hasn’t applied to be the next permanent Gers manager.
“I don’t think I should have to. I’m here, I’m a Rangers employee, what role I have at the club is up to people far, far above me. So that will be down to them to choose,” he said.
He continued, “Someone will come in when they come in. I can’t worry about this I have to concentrate on the players and the next game.
“I am just prepping and making sure the players are kept as much in the loop as possible because I don’t want them feeling as if they don’t know what’s going on.”
Derek McInnes has been the odds-on favourite to become Rangers manger since the departure of Pedro Caixinha but as yet Rangers have not contacted Aberdeen.
In the meantime, Murty has won his first two games as Gers caretaker manager, defeating Hearts 3-1 and Partick Thistle 3-0.
If Rangers defeat Hamilton tomorrow it will be the first time they have won three league games in a row since December 2016.
In other Rangers news, fans aren’t excited by the prospect of Henning Berg becoming Rangers boss