Rangers boss Mark Warburton has urged his side to learn from their mistakes, following the club’s 1-1 draw with Livingston at the weekend.

It was only the second time the Gers had dropped points in the Scottish Championship this season; the previous instance was a 2-1 loss to Hibernian earlier in the month.

Despite taking an early lead at the Tony Macaroni Arena, Rangers conceded a second-half equaliser and had to settle for a draw despite their best efforts.

And Warburton, who wants certain aspects of Rangers’ game to improve after the disappointing result at Livingston, feels positive results are bound to come in his side’s way if they continue to work hard in training.

“The only way you learn is by mistakes. We have to look at it and we will be better for it”, the manager told Rangers TV.


“The movement could be better, the timing of pass, the quality of first touch, all the things you take for granted. It relies on the technique and the boys work every day, their work ethic has been first class.

“But as I said it’s that little bit of cleverness and it’s what we do day in day out.

"So keep doing it, keep working hard and the results will come.”

Rangers, who are currently atop the Championship standings with 37 points from 14 games, can move three points clear of their nearest rivals Hibernian if they beat Dumbarton on Tuesday.

However, before that league fixture, Warburton’s side are due to face St Mirren in the Challenge Cup on Saturday.