Rangers manager Stuart McCall has explained to the club’s official website the impact he has made on the team over the past two or so months.
McCall was appointed the Gers boss in mid-March on a contract which runs until the end of the season.
Since taking over at Ibrox, the Scot has lost just one game in charge, as Rangers find themselves in the Scottish Premiership playoffs.
The 50-year-old has now highlighted how he has changed the mentality of the players over the past few weeks.
“When we first came in everything was doom and gloom, there was a lack of confidence, a lack of morale and a lack of belief,” McCall told Rangers’ official website.
“There is certainly none of that now in the players and any one of those 18 or 20 players could be the hero by getting the winning goal or saving the penalty kick to take us up.”
Rangers have qualified for the playoffs under McCall and have a good chance of getting promoted to the Premiership.
The Gers will take on the Queen of the South in the second leg of the quarter-final playoff tie at Ibrox in Glasgow tomorrow.
Rangers will head into the second leg with a 2-1 lead from the first leg played away from home at Palmerston Park in Dumfries last weekend.