Rangers manager Mark Warburton feels that on-loan forward Nathan Oduwa produced a cross of real quality for Martyn Waghorn to head home his side's winner against Queen of the South yesterday.

Queen of the South took the lead at Ibrox and despite being pegged back to 1-1 early in the second half, looked as if they may hold on for a point, something which would have ended Rangers' 100 per cent record in the Scottish Championship.

But after Waghorn missed a late penalty, Oduwa whipped in a quality ball which gave the striker the opportunity to convert a near post header, sealing a 2-1 win for the Gers.

It was yet another moment of quality from the man on loan from Tottenham Hotspur and Warburton was delighted.

"If you remember, there were a few balls flying across the box which weren't of the required quality", Warburton told Rangers TV.


"But then Nathan puts a great ball in. A great ball comes in and we get the header and the result.

"And you saw the reaction of the players, they are in it together."

Rangers now move on to Scottish Challenge Cup duty with a game against Livingston on Tuesday evening. The match had originally been scheduled for over the international break, but was postponed after a number of Gers players were called up for international duty.