DANNY WILSON is determined to help Rangers make amends for one of their worst showings of the season when Hearts visit Ibrox this afternoon.
The central defender played in his side’s dreadful 2-0 loss against the Edinburgh outfit at Tynecastle last week with Robbie Muirhead netting two simple back-post efforts.
Angry boss Mark Warburton rang the changes for the Premiership clash with Aberdeen seven days ago and was rewarded with a much improved showing as his team triumphed 2-1 over Derek McInnes’ side.
Wilson was one of the Tynecastle starters who was axed, but he could now be set for a recall after veteran Clint Hill was sent off against the Dons.
The former Jambos captain said: “It was a really disappointing performance, probably one of the worst performances we have put in as a team over the course of the 90 minutes over the last 18 months.
“It was disappointing that night, but that is gone. We need to show a lot more in the game coming up.
“We look forward to it because it gives us an opportunity to try and put it right. Too many things went wrong that night and it is one that we want to erase quickly.
“I was really disappointed not to play against Aberdeen, but the boys did well.
“They battled well. It wasn’t our best performance on the ball, but sometimes you need to do things a bit differently in football to win a match and the boys did that, so credit to them.
“I will try and work my way back in and hopefully stay in this time.”