Experienced Rangers striker Kenny Miller told the Glasgow Evening Times that he feels the club’s fans are starting to see the best of defender Lee Wallace.
Wallace has been a key fixture under new manager Mark Warburton and Miller has suggested that he’s someone that the Gers are quickly coming to rely on.
He’s endured some inconsistency in the past but the early signs appear to be good in relation to the form Wallace is showing ahead of a very long and very important season for the club.
“It is a style of football he wants to play. I think he has been disappointed over the last few years with the way things have gone for the team and him personally,” Miller told the Glasgow Evening Times.
“It is great to see him play the way we know he can play. He has had a great start to the season and he could have had a couple of goals before now and he knows that. He will be happy with a couple of fantastic finishes.”
“It is all about winning at the end of the day. The manager has come in, he wants us to play a certain style of football and he will be happy.”
Consistency is the key
If Wallace, and several other key Rangers players, can show consistency over an extended period of time, then the Scottish Championship club know they’ll be in a good position by next summer.
The problem is the pressure which is created every time Rangers have a game to play and how difficult it can be for the side at times to tackle that, while still focusing on playing an attractive and productive brand of football.
The 28-year-old is evidence of what can be achieved for any player who is willing to deal with adversity, keep his head down and work extremely hard to be the best possible player he can be for Rangers.