STEVEN GERRARD was delighted with a dominant display as Rangers ran out 4-0 winners against Aberdeen.

The Light Blues extended their lead over Celtic to 11 points as Ryan Kent, Kemar Roofe, Scott Arfield and James Tavernier netted.

It was another hugely impressive showing from Gerrard's side as a depleted Dons were well beaten at Ibrox.

And the Gers boss reckons the margin of victory could have been even greater on a pleasing afternoon all round.

Gerrard said: "Very pleased that we kept our level for 90 minutes. We won the game comfortably and were dominant throughout.

"We could have scored even more goals. Another clean sheet as well so there were a lot of positives.

"With the international break, you have players here, there and everywhere. As a manager, you are wondering whether the rhythm of your team is going to be affected but we came out of the blocks really strong.

"We played some incredible stuff again. Some of our movement in the final third was exceptional.

"We are showing that relentlessness and really executing when we get in the right places.

"So I don’t think anyone could complain about the result. It could have been more emphatic. We could have had another penalty.

"We were strong from start to finish and I managed to make five changes and look after people who have been doing a lot of travel. As far as I’m concerned, I’m extremely happy."