BORNA Barisic has vowed to help Rangers break the Scottish top flight clean sheet record when they take on Dundee United at Ibrox in the Premiership on Saturday week.

Barisic and his team mates prevented Hamilton from scoring in their 2-0 triumph over Premiership rivals Hamilton at the Fountain of Youth Stadium on Saturday evening.

They bettered the five match shutout streak that Bill Struth's side went on at the beginning of the 1929/30 campaign.

At the same time, they matched the six game run that Celtic enjoyed in the league without conceding a goal at the start of the 1906/07 season some 114 years ago.

However, the Croatian left back is now determined to surpass the record that Willie Maley’s men set when he returns from the international break.

"It's a very nice feeling,” he said. “We knew if we kept another clean sheet we would break the record so that was a motivation for us.

“Of course, our first priority was to win and the second one was to keep another clean sheet. Now we have written out own piece of history so I am very happy about that.

"It's not just that we have been keeping clean sheets, but I think our opponents haven't really created too many chances. There have been a couple, but not too many. I think it's the best defensively since I've been here for sure.

"We are going to try and keep this record going for as long as possible, but the most important thing is to win the game."

But Barisic, who scored with a free-kick in the 3-0 win over St Johnstone at Ibrox earlier this month, believes Rangers have to be more clinical up front in future

"As a team in the final third we could have scored a few more goals,” he said. “We could maybe have won 4-0 or 5-0.”