Rangers midfielder Steven Davis has revealed the players held a meeting amongst themselves after dropping four points in two games against Hearts and Aberdeen.

The Light Blues stuttered at Ibrox against the Dons after a decent win over Ross County. But their Staggies victory followed a poor performance at Tynecastle where they lost 2-1 to bottom of the league.

Davis, one of the club's most experienced heads, has been there and done it all. He's won trophies and lost titles as a Rangers player. Which is why he won't be hitting any panic button.

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"We had a little chat through the week there, together, just as players," the Northern Irishman said. "We went over a few things where we think we can obviously do better. Things we need to focus on.

"I've been here before, I know how things are portrayed after every result, win or lose. The scrutiny the team is under. But it's a long season, there's still a lot of football to be played. We just have to make sure we concentrate on ourselves and do our job."

Gers play Hibs tomorrow evening looking to cut rivals Celtic's lead back.