Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told the Glasgow Evening Times about the outstanding quality he’s noticed in his players since he arrived at Ibrox.
Rangers’ preparations for the new season are in full swing and Warburton has been left impressed by a theme, which he suggests is running through his squad as they look to get off to a good start in the Scottish Championship.
“It’s a new group of players and they’re not sure what to expect from David and I, and vice-versa,” he told the Glasgow Evening Times.
“They have an outstanding application to their work and we’ve worked them hard. We’ve built it up over the period of a few days, and we’re delighted with their overall commitment and desire to be part of the club.”
How the players are making Warburton’s life easier
The outstanding application which Warburton talks about is definitely an advantage for the club and a positive for him personally.
One of the main worries or issues that Warburton had in the back of his mind, would have been how difficult it is to get new players to buy into a different idea, which contradicts what they are already used to.
However, that doesn’t appear to be a problem for the boss because there is a willingness from the players to adapt, which should help them to get off to a good start.
It also ties in with the pressure and weight of expectation at the club in terms of finding a way to correct the wrongs of last season, ensuring that it’s not two seasons in a row where Rangers have narrowly missed out on promotion to the Scottish Premiership.