Rangers boss Mark Warburton has told the Daily Mail that his side will ensure that they learn from their defeat to Livingston.
The Glasgow side were unexpectedly beaten 1-0 by relegation threatened Livi yesterday evening, after putting in a very poor display.
Livingston took the lead in the first half through Craig Halkett, and Rangers could not find their way back into the match.
And Warburton said: “Everyone is tired, everyone has had a long season. But do you feel more tired after winning a league or when you're fighting relegation?
“The positive thing is we'll learn from it tonight and we have to work to get back to where we were.”
Rangers have now failed to win any of their last three matches since beating Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final on penalties.
The Ibrox side have looked lethargic in recent weeks, and they seem to have taken their foot of the gas, after securing the Scottish Championship title.
The Gers do have little left to play for in the league this season, so their poor run of form is likely to be forgiven, but Warburton’s side will need to ensure that they are back to their best soon.
Rangers still have the final of the Scottish Cup to play on May 21st against Hibernian, and they will need to performing to the top of their games if they are to complete the treble.