DUNDEE boss Paul Hartley has told his players he expects them to maintain the standard that saw off Rangers 2-1 at Dens Park on Sunday.
The victory brought to an end a 25-year wait for a home win over the Ibrox men.

And Hartley was delighted the three points moved the Tayside outfit into sixth place in the Premiership.

The Dark Blues now face Motherwell on Saturday and the Dens gaffer is determined the team will meet the Fir Park challenge.

He said: “Next weekend can’t be different. That is the level we have to take into the next few weeks.

“The players need to know this is not a one-off.

“It will be hard work again in training. The challenge for us is that can’t be a one-off because it was Rangers.

“We have to be like that every time.

“The league is so tight, with everybody jostling to get in there, that we will be looking over our shoulders.”


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