ALLAN MCGREGOR is confident the standards and spirit within the Rangers ranks will help bring success back to Ibrox sooner rather than later.

The keeper has been an integral part of Steven Gerrard’s side once again this term as the Light Blues have made an impressive start to the campaign at home and abroad.

McGregor has put pen-to-paper on a new deal until the summer of 2021 after triggering a clause in his current contract.

He told RangersTV: “I’m pleased I’m actually fit and staying healthy. I’ve done alright, I’m just disappointed we’ve not won anything yet. But hopefully we can change that.

“The boys are brilliant. It’s good fun and there is a good team spirit within the group. It doesn’t matter what team, to have a good team spirit and good bond between the boys is a big thing.

“The boys all know their roles within the team and I think that’s a big thing when you go on the pitch – everyone knows their job. I think it’s helped us, as you can see on the pitch.

“You need to have standards here and you need to train how you play. I’ve been brought up with those standards so to continue doing that is a big thing here because you should be training the way you play. If you don’t then it might creep into games, so it’s very important.”