Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn has explained in the Glasgow Evening Times why he’s not interested about missing chances in the team’s frontline over the coming months.
Waghorn has already shown some god form scoring in pre-season for Rangers and he’s confident that the squad has enough quality for him to be a little wasteful up front, once the Scottish Championship gets underway again.
“With the squad we have got and the quality we possess, if I miss the target I know that I am always going to get another chance. I have got to think ‘one chance, one goal’,” he told the Glasgow Evening Times.
“I will look to bring a lot more to the team as well. I will work hard, I want to create chances and, if I don’t score, hopefully I will be able to set up the boys.”
Important for Waghorn to be deadly
It’s important that Waghorn works hard to refine his attacking play, taking his chances as frequently as possible.
He can’t rely on the rest of the squad to put in extra leg work if he’s missing chances up front and he should sense a responsibility to not only reward the rest of the side for their hard work, but to take some of the pressure away from them.
What his comments show is that he feels the team is already functioning well under new manager Mark Warburton.
If that continues and all areas of the team are functioning well, then an opponent is in for a real beating against Rangers over the first few weeks of the new campaign.