Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty has revealed that Neil Lennon has passed on some helpful advice about being in temporary charge of a massive club.
In an interview with the Daily Record, Murty revealed that Lennon was one of a small group of people who could understand his current position, with Lennon having been caretaker manager of Celtic.
Murty shared that his chat with Lennon took place after the Gers defeated Hibernian 2-1 on Wednesday at Easter Road.
“He talked about his journey of being a caretaker at a massive club,” said Murty.
“He spoke of the lessons he learned there, and the things he talked about are the things that I am going through now.”
The Light Blues boss wouldn’t reveal specific details about the conversation, but Murty did say that Lennon was “open and candid” during their chat with his main advice being to simply “enjoy the wins”.
Following the win over Hibs, Rangers suffered a shock 3-1 defeat to St Johnstone on Saturday.
The defeat left the Gers in third with 36 points, three points less than Aberdeen and five points less than Celtic.
The Hoops could extend the gap to eight points if they win their game in hand.
Rangers are next in action against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Saturday.
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