KEMAR ROOFE insists he still has another level to reach for Rangers as he strives for further improvement at Ibrox.

The striker netted his sixth goal of the campaign on Sunday as Steven Gerrard's side ran out 4-0 winners over Aberdeen.

Fellow forward Ryan Kent was also on target as Gerrard started Alfredo Morelos through the middle and then called on Jermain Defoe, Cedric Itten and Ianis Hagi off the bench.

The Ibrox boss has an embarrassment of riches in the final third and Roofe reckons there is more to come both collectively and individually.

Roofe said: "It was good. I am happy but the most important thing is the three points and as long as I can contribute to the points that is the main thing. Scoring or assisting is a bonus.

"I enjoy playing with everyone. We have a lot of possession and we work on it in training with different ways to attack and the movement. It is good to have the options.

"It is massively important and if you look at the top teams around Europe they all have big squads with top players. There are top players having to sit on the bench and you need to do that these days with the amount of games.

"It is all about rotation and if you are not playing you need to be ready for the next game and do your best in training.

"I think I have still got some more to go fitness wise. When I can just run, run, run without feeling tired, that is when I know I am ready."