Rangers manager Graeme Murty admitted he will consider pairing Jason Cummings with Alfredo Morelos in the future after Cummings hit his first goal for the club at Ross County yesterday.

Morelos started the game as the lone striker for the second game in a row, supported by Josh Windass in behind and from wide areas by Jamie Murphy and Daniel Candeias, but the Rangers boss is considering a change of approach to fit his two livewire frontmen into the team.

"That would be a sight to see, wouldn’t it, with Alfredo and Jason?" Murty pondered. "We have played a diamond previously, you could have Josh in there, Murphy in there, Docherty coming off the bench, the resources I have at my disposal – and that’s before anyone comes back from injury – are great and they are strong and actually they are going to push us to a better place.”

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Now, Gers fans are being asked to play their part once again. This time, the impact could be even more significant but, like on previous occasions, they must make the most of the chance that has presented itself.

Murty was delighted for Cummings to get off the mark for the Ibrox side, but he wasn't surprised at the impact the striker made given the self-belief he possesses.

“I told him before he went on to go and get me a goal because we had just started to come under a bit of pressure," he said.

"He had a little bit of moan at Daniel Candeias for not laying him the ball, and then he goes and finishes like that.

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"You know what you’re going to get from him, and from Alfredo as well. We have finishers at the club, we have options, and I think you saw bits from us that were very, very good.

“He’s got that bit about him. You don’t think the club is too big for him, you don’t get that impression. You get the impression he is relishing and loving life at the moment, which is good. It’s my task now as the manager to get all the squad like that, not just the guys who get on the pitch because it’s difficult training hard all week and not playing. It’s hard when you see the quality of players we have on the pitch but it is the others’ task to go and get ahead of them.”