Rangers only drew 2-2 against Greenock Morton on Saturday.
Rangers left back Lee Wallace has told the Daily Record that the Gers squad were honest about their performance against Morton.
Mark Warburton's men were thoroughly expected to beat Morton in convincing fashion, and it looked like they would do just that as Kenny Miller gave them an early lead at Ibrox.
However, an own goal from James Tavernier and a strike from Stefan McCluskey but Morton in front, with Martyn Waghorn snatching a late equaliser to save Rangers.
The performance has again brought up questions about whether Rangers are becoming too predictable in the final third, and questions are being asked about manager Warburton as the pressure is on him to win promotion to the Scottish Premiership this season.
The dust has settled after that draw with Morton, and captain Lee Wallace has now had his say on matters after the final whistle.
Speaking to the Daily Record, Wallace has revealed that the Rangers squad told Warburton that they were below their usual standards against Morton, but stated that it was not all doom and gloom around Ibrox despite only taking a point on Saturday.
"We've already started analysing Saturday's game, but we're well aware we were below our usual standards," he said. "That was the feedback the players gave when the manager asked what we thought of the game.
"We're a very honest group. If anything, certain individuals could probably talk more, even the younger lads. That's how we break games down and how we improve. The words I used were that it's not doom and gloom," he added.