The 27-year-old former Sheffield United, Rotherham United and Motherwell man believes that the Gers need to defend better, create more chances and score more goals.
“We’re not scoring as many goals as we were and it’s not as if teams have changed the way they play against us.,” Law told The Scottish Sun. “They’re still putting men behind the ball and making it difficult, but we’re not as clinical as we were.
"I don’t think we’ve been creating as many chances either, and we’re giving away far too many chances at the other end.”
Rangers have the best squad in the Scottish Championship and are favourites to get promoted to the Scottish Premiership at the end of the season.
Mark Warburton’s side are still at the top of the league table, but they are level on points with second-placed Hibernian and ahead only on goal difference.
The Gers have struggled to play well and get positive results in recent weeks, having been held to a 2-2 draw by Greenock Morton at Ibrox and losing 2-1 to Falkirk away from home this month.
The Rangers players need to step up their game, especially as they next face Hibernian at Ibrox in Glasgow in the Scottish Championship on December 28.