THE win over Hamilton on Sunday was important for two reasons for Rangers. Firstly, it was another three points on the board in the Premiership and secondly it ended the talk about their ability to win away from home.

After drawing with Aberdeen and Motherwell and losing at Celtic and Livingston on the road so far this season, Rangers couldn't afford to slip-up on their travels once again.

It was just all about getting that victory. It wasn’t about being pleasing on the eye or being entertaining, it was just about winning and then looking to build from there.

I thought Rangers dominated the first half in terms of possession but they didn’t threaten enough and when the goal came it kind of settled everyone.

You can’t do anything about the goal that Steven Boyd scores. It was just a bit of brilliance and you fear it’s not going to be your day.

Thankfully for Steven Gerrard, he had the coolest guy on the park stepping up to convert two penalties and fair play to James Tavernier for the way he put them away.

The fourth was a lovely goal from Alfredo Morelos and it was good to see him keeping his scoring form going. I thought he did well overall.

It is important that your main striker keeps his confidence high and is finding the net regularly. He is going to be so important for Rangers over the course of the season.