STEVEN DAVIS is confident Rangers are on the right track under the guidance of boss Steven Gerrard after committing his future to the Light Blues.

Davis returned to Ibrox for a second spell last January and penned a deal until the end of the campaign in the summer after finding his form in the final weeks of the campaign.

The Northern Irishman has been one of Gerrard’s top performers during an encouraging start to the season for Rangers.

And he will now be part of Gerrard’s plans next term as well after following his manager’s lead and putting pen-to-paper on an extension to his contract.

Davis told RangersTV: “I am delighted to get it all sorted. I think everyone can see I have been enjoying my football and I was keen to extend my stay.

“I know from my first spell, this club really draws you in and it is a great club to be a part of and I feel with the group we have got here, we are moving in the right direction.

“The manager demands a lot of us and the players have a real desire to try and bring success back to the club.

“There are probably going to be bumps along the road and we know that, but I do feel we are moving in the right direction.

“It has been a really positive start to the season, but there is a lot of work to do in getting to our goals that we have set.

“We are on the right path and we just need to keep that work ethic and desire to keep improving and hopefully, that will show in the results of the team as well.

“We know the demands, and I think as soon as you walk through the door and you experience it, then the lads get to grips with that very soon and know what is expected of them.

“There is a real desire and there is a good blend in the dressing room as well of young players and experienced players. Hopefully that will stand us in good stead.

“There is a real positive mentality about the group. The manager and the coaching staff are demanding of us, and rightly so.

“We always want to keep trying to improve and there is that desire in the dressing room from the individuals and as a collective as well to keep doing that, and hopefully we can make it a successful season.”