Rangers interim boss Graeme Murty claimed it was “good” to have Danny Wilson back in the starting XI against Ross County after the defender was forced off with a concussion in the 2-1 win over Aberdeen last weekend.
Gers star Wilson lined up alongside Bruno Alves against Owen Coyle’s side and scored his second goal in as many games to secure three points.
Wilson complained of blurred vision during the win over Aberdeen before being replaced by Fabio Cardoso but showed no ill-effects as the Gers picked up their third win in a row for the first time in a year.
Murty admitted that Wilson’s goal-scoring form will give him confidence but admitted he didn’t care who it was that put the ball in the back of the net.
“Danny got the all clear from the medical staff and it’s good to have him in the team,” Murty said, as quoted by the Belfast Telegraph.
“He’s recovered well. He’s on a little streak now so no doubt he’ll be patting himself on the back and going forward for all the set-plays.
“We have threats and we have to make sure we harness them better. I don’t mind who scores as long as we continue to score.”
Wilson found himself on the periphery of the Ibrox squad earlier in the season but has become a regular under interim boss Graeme Murty.
The defender’s contract is up at the end of the season and the 25-year-old will be desperate to continue impressing and win extended terms.
The former Hearts and Liverpool defender has made 103 appearances for the Gers in his two spells with the Ibrox giants.
In other Rangers news, Mark Warburton has revealed he wanted to sign this Celtic player while he was in charge at Ibrox.