Mark Warburton insists that Rangers are not spending time worrying about the threat posed by Hibernian, who are now just two points behind the Gers at the top of the Scottish Championship table, and smiled while asking if he looks worried.

Alan Stubbs' men, who recently defeated Rangers at Easter Road to end the Gers' 100 per cent record, are slowly building a head of steam.

Hibernian beat Livingston in midweek to cut the gap to Rangers to just two points, though they have played a game more than the Ibrox outfit.

But ahead of Rangers' visit to the Tony Macaroni Stadium this weekend, Warburton insists he is not spending time worrying about Hibernian coming up on the rails.

Warburton, smiling, told his club's site: "You can tell by the worried look on my face at the moment. We have a game in hand, and if we win that, we are five points clear.


"We’ve lost one game of football all season, so it’s not about Hibs, or about Falkirk.

"It’s about Rangers, and from our point of view, all we can do is try to go out there and win every game we play, and if we do that, we will be in good shape.

"If we slip up, other teams may come to the party. We’re very respectful of all the other teams, and Hibs have put a tremendous run together, but it’s about us and us doing what we do best", the Englishman added.

All eyes will now be turning towards the next meeting between Rangers and Hibernian, which is scheduled over the festive period on 28th December at Ibrox.