BORNA BARISIC reckons Rangers have put their draw against Hibernian behind them by seeing off Willem II.

Steven Gerrard's side head to Fir Park tomorrow aiming to get back to winning ways in the Premiership after stumbling last weekend.

And Barisic is expecting a tough encounter against one of the in form sides in the top flight at present.

He said: "That game [against Hibernian], we should win of course. The pressure always exists at Rangers and we have spoken about that a lot of times.

"I know that the fans are disappointed, we are also of course. But it can’t always be perfect and sometimes things like this happen. We need to look forward. We won 4-0 and now we look forward to Sunday and trying to win.

"It is always a tough away game. I don’t think that the position in the league table shows how good Motherwell are. I think they are a better team than they are in the league at this point. So I expect a very tough game that we will try to win."