Rangers manager Graeme Murty believes the Ibrox giants are “moving in the right direction” and insists the Gers will be “better” at the end of the season.
Murty was handed the reins in October after Pedro Caixinha’s sacking and, despite a few mis-steps with results, looks to have the Gers squad all pulling in the same direction.
The Rangers boss brought in a number of new faces in the January transfer window as he changed the squad he inherited from Caixinha and aims for the Gers’ first major trophy since 2011.
Murty is adamant the Gers will look much different by May as he insists they will be a better side than they are now.
“We are getting there – we are moving in the right direction, but as I keep on saying, we are not where we will be by the end of the season – we will be better than where we are now,” Murty said, as quoted by the Gers’ official Twitter account.

Murty’s side return to action on Sunday when they take on Hamilton in the Scottish Premiership at New Douglas Park.
The Light Blues also have a Scottish Cup quarter-final against Falkirk on March 4th at Ibrox as they look to lift the trophy for the first time since Nacho Novo scored the only goal of the final win over the Bairns in 2009.
The Gers trail Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic by 11 points with second-placed Aberdeen three points ahead of the Ibrox giants.
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