Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told the club’s official website that he feels the players are currently getting their rewards for the hard effort they are making.
The Gers have made a perfect start to the season since Warburton came in as manager and look as though they are going to make a strong fist of things as they look to get promoted into the Scottish Premiership.
Warburton has given his team a pat on the back, explaining that he doesn’t have any doubts over their attitude in a key area.
“Sometimes you can work really hard and not get what you deserve,” he told rangers.co.uk.
“But the players are working hard, their commitment has been first-class and we’re getting positive results with 30 goals scored in our eight games so far.”
“It’s positive, it’s attacking, and they players are enjoying what they are doing.”
Complacency can’t be allowed to develop
One of the things that Warburton is likely to be worried about throughout the season is the idea that his players could become complacent.
Rangers look as though they are going to have too much quality for the teams they come up against on a weekly basis this season, which gives Warburton a challenge in terms of how he can keep everyone focused and on their toes.
Hopefully it won’t be the case that the side needs to take a bad result to retain and improve the focus that the manager is so sure they have at the moment.