Rangers forward Nathan Oduwa has saluted a "massive" win over Queen of the South at Ibrox today.

Aiming to make it ten wins out of ten in the Scottish Championship, Rangers suffered an early blow when Derek Lyle gave the visitors the lead in the 35th minute.

Rangers rallied and eventually drew level in the 53th minute when Jason Holt struck.

Nevertheless, the game appeared to be set for a draw until a crazy few minutes at the death which saw Martyn Waghorn have a penalty saved and then head in from the near post soon afterwards to seal a 2-1 victory.

Oduwa, on loan from Tottenham Hotspur, came off the bench in the 59th minute to play his part in the win and keep Rangers' perfect record in the Championship going.


He took to Twitter to celebrate, posting a photograph of himself in action and wrote: "Massive win today!

"The lads & the fans were absolutely fantastic! 10/10 wins for @RangersFC."

Rangers sit top of the Championship table with 30 points from ten games, a perfect record and nine clear of second placed Raith Rovers.

Mark Warburton's men are next in action in the Scottish Challenge Cup on Tuesday night when they host Livingston. Their next Championship game comes away at St. Mirren next Sunday.