GRAEME MURTY hopes there is plenty more to come from Josh Windass after he made it two goals in two games on Saturday.

The midfielder followed up his strike against Hearts with the final goal in the 3-0 win over Partick Thistle.

And interim boss Murty reckons Windass has the quality needed to be a key influence for the Light Blues this term.

“We just have to identify with Josh what he is brilliant at, because he’s got many attributes and we have to make sure we harness those attributes in a positive manner to affect the game,” he told RangersTV.

“I think we could use him more, we could definitely get him to appreciate spaces behind the backline more because he’s very quick.

“He finishes very well in training, we just need to make sure we are getting him into those situations more often and if he does that he’s got a good finish as we saw today.”