CONNOR GOLDSON is confident Rangers won't make the same mistake twice and allow their title challenge to falter after an Old Firm victory.

Steven Gerrard's side were 2-1 winners at Parkhead last term but saw their Premiership aspirations quickly fall apart following the winter break.

The Gers gave their silverware aspirations a huge boost with a 2-0 triumph over Celtic on Saturday as Goldson netted in either half of the derby clash.

And the Englishman is determined to use the win as the springboard to success as Gerrard looks to win the title at the third time of asking.

Goldson said: "It is massive. Old Firms are always massive games and we knew we had to start well and score first and defend well at times because we know they are a good team. I thought we did everything right today. We controlled the game well, defended well, defended our box well and limited their chances and got two goals.

"We have worked on it for two years now, we have played against some top teams with the same shape. The new lads have bought into it and it has always seemed to work for us in big games. We know what we are doing, we have been doing it for a long time and in training for a long time and I think it worked. We limited them to not many chances.

"It is so early in the season, just eleven games played and we need to go onto the European game on Thursday now. We are at home next week and we just need to get another three points and keep progressing as much as we can.

"We didn’t do ourselves justice after we won here the last time and when we came back from the break. We were poor, we didn’t look half the team as before the break so hopefully now this gives us the confidence we need to go and put a big run together."