JAMIE MURPHY is confident Rangers can get back on track after two successive defeats at Ibrox.

Graeme Murty’s side followed up their 3-2 loss against 10-man Celtic with a dismal display in their 1-0 reverse against Kilmarnock as former Gers striker Kris Boyd netted the only goal.

Aberdeen are now just two points adrift of the Govan outfit with a game in hand in the race for second place behind champions-elect Celtic. Hibs are six points behind having also played a match fewer than the Light Blues.

On-loan Brighton winger Murphy said: “All we are concentrating on is us and if we win all our games that will speak for itself.

“It is up to us to go into every game and try to win it.

“The Scottish Cup semi-final [against Celtic]in a couple of weeks is massive for us, but we have got a couple of big games before then that obviously we need to win.

“That is what you want, you want to win every game you play. Before the Celtic game, that is what we were doing.

“We were playing well and scoring goals, but the last week has been a disappointment.

“That is the kind of form we need to get back to.”

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Acclaimed author Alex Gordon wrote the biography of Scotland international legend Denis Law, entitled 'King and Country'. He is a former columnist with World Soccer magazine and Scottish correspondent of respected European journal L'Equipe.

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