KENNY MILLER has been impressed with the way the Rangers squad have taken Mark Warburton’s message on board and adapted to life in the Ibrox spotlight this season.

The striker was joined by a host of new faces at Murray Park over the summer as Warburton transformed his first team pool ahead of the new Championship campaign.

The results so far have been impressive for Rangers as they have moved into pole position in the title race, with a number of the new recruits making an immediate impact in Light Blue.

Miller has played his own key part on and off the field in helping to smooth the transition and the 35-year-old reckons there are solid foundations in place at Ibrox.

He said: “The lads have really taken it on board. There are a lot of new players here, this is a new team, but they have taken on board the manager’s message.

“Davie (Weir) is very vocal in that respect about trying to pass on the history of the club and the demands and expectations that are put on you and the lads have really responded.

“I think amongst the squad now there is a real winning mentality, a real desire to go and win games and not get beat in any game. It is working for us.

“It is not going to work every week, as we saw against Livingston, but in terms of where we are looking to go, the lads are well aware of what is required.

“We are a new team and some of the lads might come up here from down south and not know the size of the club and how much it means to so many people. There is no let up.

“There is no point having a win if you are then not going to win the next game, and the game after that.

“The lads have responded great. We have got a really good group, a good dressing room and we will move on now.”