JASON HOLT has moved to quash claims that there are divisions within the ranks at Rangers.
In an interview with Rangers TV, the 24-year-old was dismissive of the reports that claimed that there was an air of animosity between the foreign contingent of new players and home-based players.
The Rangers side have also been rocked with revelations that Kenny Miller has been made to train with the u20’s in the fallout of the Glasgow Derby defeat at Ibrox on the 23rd.
“I always think of myself as the type of guy who would be welcoming everyone who comes in the door. I always do that with the new boys who come in.
“There are maybe three or four of us who have been here longer than others, but we are altogether now and we have a good team spirit.”
When asked whether the Hamilton win was a good result for Rangers on the back of the poor showing against Celtic, Holt said it was a professional effort.
“It shows good signs. From the outside, people were saying it had been a difficult week for us, but we had to go and do our job, and go down to Hamilton and get the three points.
“That’s exactly what we did and I thought it was a really professional performance after not getting off to a great start.
“The character we showed to go on and win the game 4-1 was great.”
Rangers face St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park next Friday in a scrap for third place before a trip to Hampden to face Motherwell in the Betfred Cup semi-final.