ANDY HALLIDAY reckons Rangers need to be more ruthless in the final third despite coming from behind to beat Corinthians on Saturday.

The Light Blues rounded off their trip to Orlando with their second Florida Cup success following a midweek victory over Atletico Mineiro.

Graeme Murty’s side found themselves 2-0 down at the Spectrum Stadium but a brace from Alfredo Morelos and strikes from Halliday and James Tavernier earned them a deserved win.

And Halliday believes there were plenty of positives for Murty to take as attentions turn to the Scottish Cup clash with Fraserburgh on Sunday afternoon.

He said: “It was very pleasing. I thought the boys actually did okay in the first half and they moved the ball pretty well.

“Two mistakes and they got two goals so I thought in the second half we tried to do pretty much the same, press them higher, and we managed to nick it off them quite a few times in the final third. It was a good comeback and we managed to get a few good goals.

“Like I said I thought the boys did well in the first half, not too dissimilar from the game during the week.

“We kept the ball pretty well and we managed to cut them open a couple of times. We sometimes just need to be a bit more ruthless with our chances.

“Thankfully we managed to come back and get a good victory.”

The Florida Cup clashes were Halliday’s first since he returned to Rangers following his loan spell in Azerbaijan with Gabala.

And the midfielder reckons the time in the Sunshine State was beneficial for the Light Blues heading into the second half of the campaign.

He told RangersTV: “The most important thing was to come here and get to know each other a bit better and sort of emphasise our style of play that we want to take forward into the second half of the season.

“But don’t get me wrong we had two games we certainly wanted to win and we’ve managed to do that.”