SCOTT ARFIELD hopes Alfredo Morelos will reap the rewards of his goal at Easter Road as he got himself back on the scoresheet in the Premiership.

The striker netted twice in the win over Lincoln Red Imps on Thursday night and was rewarded with a start for the clash with Hibernian on Sunday.

His fine finish - his first league strike since scoring against St Mirren last month - wasn't enough to inspire Rangers to victory as Arfield's effort after the break was cancelled out.

But the midfielder was pleased to see Morelos looking back to more like his old self as he made it five goals from seven appearances this term.

Arfield said: “For me he has always been focused. He’s a team-mate who wears his heart on his sleeve and you can see that, everybody can.

“He’s so happy when he scores goals and that one will do him the world of good.

“He has always been focused for us, whatever is said about him doesn’t affect him, I don’t think he can understand it!

“But he’s a fantastic team-mate and a fantastic guy, and when he’s a number nine he has got to score goals."