By John Reid
Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty has underlined the importance of Rangers going on an extended winning run.
The ‘Gers are on the verge of winning three league games in a row for the first time since December 2016.
Murty talked about this to Rangers official website and stated that going on a winning run has always been part of Rangers history.
“Rangers is a football club that has built on winning, it has a history of winning, being relentless and aggressive at home and going on these kind of runs.
“So if we want to take our place back at the top table of Scottish football we have to get that reputation back.”
Finally, he remarked, “We have to go and exert our will upon our opponents and go and put these kind of runs together because if we don’t people are going to leave us behind.”
Murty won his first two matches in charge against Hearts and Partick Thistle.
A win against Hamilton would see Rangers keep the pressure on Aberdeen and Hibs, who they trail by three points and one point respectively.
Derek McInnes has been the odds-on favourite to take over at Ibrox since the departure of Pedro Caixinha last month.
As yet, no contact has been made between Rangers and Aberdeen so Murty is still in charge for the time being.