RYAN KENT is confident the chemistry of the Rangers attack will continue to pay dividends this term.

Steven Gerrard's side maintained their momentum in the title race with a 4-0 win over Aberdeen on Sunday.

Kent made up for an early miss with a fine long-range finish to open the scoring at Ibrox before Kemar Roofe doubled the lead.

Scott Arfield and James Tavernier netted after the break to move Rangers 11 points clear of Celtic at the top of the table.

Kent told RangersTV: "It can be difficult coming back from international breaks. A lot of the boys have been away playing games for their countries. To put in a performance and result like that is positive.

"I was quite annoyed with myself that I didn’t put the first chance away. So I managed to make up for it with a good goal. As long as I keep getting myself into dangerous areas and adding numbers to the team, that’s all I can do.

"We are building on the chemistry in training every week. There are a number of players that can fill in every position. You can from the way we play, the fluidity, that it’s pleasing on the eye."