Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell has revealed to the club’s official website the impact new manager Stuart McCall has made on the team.
The Scot was appointed the Gers’ boss earlier this month and has been in charge of the Scottish giants for three games.
The first two matches ended in draw - 1-1 with Livingston and 2-2 with Alloa Athletic both at Ibrox - but on Saturday, Rangers defeated Hibernian 2-0 away from home.
McCall is already starting to have an effect on the team, and Bell has now highlighted just what the new boss has brought to Rangers.
“We’ve been working hard on the training pitch with the new manager and he is giving new ideas to the players so it has been great - there has been a buzz in training,” the 28-year-old told Rangers’ official website.
“There are always fresh ideas when a new manager comes into a club and he has brought a lot of enthusiasm…
“He is demanding and the players are living up to that at the moment and it’s great because we can take some of his enthusiasm into training and into games and look forward to what is going to happen in the future.”
Rangers have lost the chance to win the Scottish Championship and gain automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership at the end of the season.
However, the Glasgow-based outfit are very much in with a chance of making the playoffs, as they are just three points behind second-placed Hibernian with a game in hand.
With the players taking to McCall’s ideas and looking optimistic, there is every reason for the Rangers fans to feel confident of ending the season on a high.