Rangers striker Kenny Miller has urged his team-mates to come out fighting in their final four matches of the season following their derby humiliation.
The Light Blues face a fourth consecutive Glasgow derby on Sunday when they play Partick Thistle at Firhill following two emphatic defeats by Celtic.
Second place in the Ladbrokes Premiership looks beyond Rangers given Aberdeen have a nine-point lead and a far superior goal difference, but Miller knows they have to begin the process of recovering from Saturday’s record 5-1 home defeat by Celtic.
“It will be right down to work on Tuesday looking towards next weekend’s game because after two results like that there needs to be a reaction, and a positive reaction,” he told Rangers TV.
“There’s no point walking about with your head down feeling sorry for yourself. It’s about winning games of football again, getting back to putting in positive performances and positive results and ultimately winning matches of football, that is what this club has been built on.
“Yep, it’s not going to be a successful season in terms of winning trophies, but it’s something we need to address and make sure next year we are definitely more equipped to put up a better fight.”