Rangers signed Michael O’Halloran in the January transfer window.
Speaking to the official Rangers website, Michael O’Halloran has explained what he has noticed since transferring to Ibrox from St Johnstone.
O’Halloran said: “It’s a massive club with massive expectations and you go into every game expected to win. While at St Johnstone there are games you go into when you’re maybe not expected to come out on top. It’s a pressure as a footballer that you like because inevitably you do want to win every game.”
O’Halloran moved to Rangers from a St Johnstone team doing well in the Scottish Premiership, but without any ambitions to storm the division.
Since moving to Rangers, O’Halloran has signed for a team who are expected to win every game they play, especially in the Championship with their ambitions to get into the Premiership at the end of this season.
The Gers are by far the biggest team in the second tier, and O’Halloran has admitted that the experience of playing for Mark Warburton’s side is different to what he has been used to before.
He has played six games for the club, with five wins to their name, and even that is not considered great for a side who should be winning every game
Despite this increased pressure, O’Halloran has admitted that he is enjoying his time at Ibrox, as he is a professional footballer who wants to win every game he plays.