Darren McGregor outlines what Rangers need to change from last season

The Rangers defender is keen to see complacency removed next season.

Speaking to RangersTV, Darren McGregor outlined what the club need to improve next season if they are to secure promotion to the Premiership at the end of the 2015/16 campaign.

The defender said: “Some away games there was an element of complacency, or thinking we’d turn up and win, and as I have said before you can never go into a game thinking ‘this is an easy game’. Hearts won games that were maybe ugly, and I just feel there were so many points last season whereby we didn’t do that.”

McGregor, who was voted Player of the Year at Ibrox last term, was one of the key figures for Rangers as they missed out on promotion to the Premiership.

Despite a series of good individual performances by the defender - playing 58 games in all - that could not cover up bad team performances, especially when they dropped points to the likes of Livingston and Alloa.

Whilst Hearts stormed to the league title with ease, Rangers frequently came unstuck against opponents who should have brought easy wins, but a poor attitude saw them drop points frequently.

Thankfully, Mark Warburton should remove this complacency from the side, having shown himself to create a fighting team last year with Brentford. There is undoubted quality in the first-team to secure promotion, and if Warburton can create the correct attitude at the club, the Gers should have no trouble securing a return to the top flight.

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