JOE ARIBO is determined to give Rangers fans something to cheer about this term even though they won’t be at Ibrox to see their side in action.

The Light Blues were 3-0 winners over St Mirren on Sunday and host St Johnstone tonight in their second competitive behind closed doors clash on home soil.

Aribo saw the Ibrox crowd at their best during his first campaign with the Gers and admits it is strange not having the support there to encourage Steven Gerrard’s side.

“When you get the backing of the fans that gives you that extra 10 per cent, so sometimes I feel like we miss it because if we are not making noises on the pitch it just feels quiet,” Aribo told the Rangers matchday programme.

“You don’t have the bounce and energy of the fans to get you going so it is a bit weird, but we just have to deal with what is going on right now.

“I just want to keep scoring goals and keep the fans happy, even if they are not in the stadium cheering.

“I know they’ll be at home smiling, so we need to put on a show and that’s all I really want to do, put on a show every single game and just do all I can do to help the team get the best performances and the best results that we can get.”