Rangers midfielder Jason Holt believes that the only thing the Gers have lacked over the last 12 months is consistency despite failing to win three consecutive games since December 2016.
The Light Blues are again on the brink of breaking their unwanted record after back-to-back wins over Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership and Holt admits the Gers should be doing much better if they want to be successful.
Holt has been an important part of the Ibrox side’s starting XI in recent weeks and will likely be involved again when the Gers take on Ross County on Saturday afternoon as they begin their hectic festive schedule.
The 24-year-old insists the Gers’ players are doing what they can to overturn the dismal record and dismisses the idea the Light Blues face any mental blocks when going for a third win.
“It is not great we are even talking about trying to get three wins,” Holt said, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“At this club we should be going on far longer runs than that if we want to have ambitions to win things.
“That needs to change and that is something we are striving to do. I don’t think we have any mental anxiety, we just have lacked consistency over the past year.”
Since Pedro Caixinha’s sacking in October, the Gers have won four of their six games and have overtaken Aberdeen in second place in the Scottish Premiership.
The Light Blues will be hoping to carry the momentum gained from the wins over Derek McInnes’ side into a bust December with six games to come between now and the end of the month
In other Rangers news, Celtic have suddenly become a key part in the Gers’ bid to appoint McInnes.