Kenny Miller insists Rangers need to find some sort of consistency if they are to put together a run of results after going almost an entire year without winning three consecutive games.
The Ibrox side have lost their last two fixtures – against Dundee and Hamilton – and have back-to-back clashes with Aberdeen over the coming days.
Already this season, the Gers have lost to Hamilton, Celtic and Hibs while drawing with Kilmarnock and Hearts as the club’s second season back in the top-flight looks like being effectively over before Christmas.
Veteran striker Miller believes the Gers need to put together a consistent run of results if the Ibrox side are going to close the gap to Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.
“It’s important that we do the right things and make good decisions on the night, and, as I have said all along, we need to find a level of consistency,” Miller said, as quoted by the club’s official website.
“This is why we are where we are at the moment and we have never put any sort of run together.
“We win two games, and it’s like there’s, not complacency, but a feeling of relief that we have managed to put a couple of results together.
“Then you see what has happened in the last two games.”
Rangers host Aberdeen on Wednesday night before heading to the Granite City for a lunchtime clash with Derek McInnes’ side on Sunday.
Two defeats would leave the Gers 12 points off second in the table and managerless as the club look for their third permanent manager of 2017 following Pedro Caixinha’s sacking last month.
The Dons won the last meeting between the two sides when they triumphed 2-1 at Ibrox to record their first away win over Rangers since 1991.
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