Rangers star Nicky Clark has told the Glasgow Evening Times that he looks forward to going in for training every day.
Clark was commenting on the positive mood around the dressing room, which has been created as manager Mark Warburton has got off to a great start in charge of the team.
Rangers have won every competitive game they have played under Warburton so far, as they look to progress on all fronts over the next year.
“You look forward to go into training every day and work hard with the boys and you can see that in the games,” he told the Glasgow Evening Times.
“When you have a good dressing room it goes a long way in football. We’ve certainly got that with the new boys who have fitted in really well.”
Confidence and momentum
Rangers are playing with a spring in their step at the moment because Warburton has created a culture where the squad will feel as though they are unbeatable.
It’s easier for a side to progress and be successful if there is absolute belief on all fronts, in what the manager is trying to achieve at the football club.
The big test is going to be what happen and how everyone reacts the first time that first difficult result arrives, because they haven’t yet been forced to react in that manner.
If Rangers make it through those periods and recover effectively, there’s nothing the club can’t achieve over the next few months.