Rangers midfielder Jordan Thompson has vowed that his side will learn from their 2-1 defeat away at Hibernian earlier today.
The Ibrox outfit went into the match at Easter Road on a superb run of eleven wins from eleven league games, but came unstuck against Alan Stubbs' side.
Thompson was an unused substitute and watched on from the bench for the whole 90 minutes. He is not disheartened though and believes Rangers will quickly bounce back from the defeat and learn from the setback.
The midfielder took to Twitter to write: "Disappointing result today, but we'll learn from this and bounce back next week."
Thompson added: "Fans were outstanding again today."
He later wrote: "Tomorrow's a new day, we get stronger."
Rangers have the perfect opportunity to bounce back next Saturday when they entertain bottom of the table Alloa at Ibrox; boss Mark Warburton will be looking for a response from his team.
The Gers then travel to Livingston after the international break before rounding off their November fixture list by hosting St Mirren in the Scottish Challenge Cup.