Amid a poor start to the campaign, the Gers have managed to win back-to-back matches in the last week, first in the Europa League against Spanish side Real Betis and then in the league against Motherwell.
Beale though was not entirely satisfied with the level of performance of his players in the 1-0 win over Motherwell insisting that he was looking for “more from this group of players.”
Lennon though is of the opinion that the former QPR boss was not right in his judgment of his own players and should have done it in private and not in front of the press.
“He has got to enjoy the wins, that is a good win for me, albeit the performance may not be good, the fans are impatient, they want to see more”, Lennon said on PLZ Soccer.
“Putting that out in the public domain does not look good, the players will be looking at this and say ‘come on gaffer, we just had two really good wins there but you are saying that this is not good enough.
“I get it to a certain degree but that is, you can certainly address it and come out and be positive. I know people might shoot you down by talking rubbish.
“But you have to enjoy the wins and take the positives from it.
“There were spells in the game when Rangers were good but you have to remember Motherwell were playing very well for three weeks, they come with no pressure.
“Sometimes sniffing a bit of blood and having a go. But they have come away with three points and a clean sheet.
“There will be times when you have set really high standards but your team don’t reach those standards you can go and say we were not good enough today, we have got to win but it’s too early for Michael to do all that. I think.
“I understand he wants perfection, we all do, but there is no such thing. A wise little bird told me once that we don’t look for perfect when the best will do and the players have come away with the three points, that’s important.
“You lose any more points you are under massive scrutiny and massive pressure then but I don’t understand the way he has come out and has been so negative about a really good win.”
The win against Motherwell has helped Rangers climb up to third spot on the league table, in the process narrowing down the gap with Celtic to four points.