Rangers boss Mark Warburton is happy that his side have suffered no damage after they could only draw 2-2 at home against Morton on Saturday.

Warburton restored Kenny Miller to the starting eleven for the Scottish Championship fixture and saw the veteran striker hit the back of the net after only two minutes at Ibrox.

Morton equalised around the half hour mark after a James Tavernier own goal, while they then threatened to win the game when Stefan McCluskey fired the visitors ahead with only eight minutes left.

Rangers rallied though and Martyn Waghorn ensured a share of the spoils, but it was two points dropped for the Gers. Nevertheless, with second placed Hibernian only able to draw with third placed Falkirk, Rangers' three-point lead at the top of the table remains intact.

Warburton told Rangers TV: "We’ve conceded goals, but we haven’t taken chances. We probably had 63 to 65 per cent possession or something. [But] that’s irrelevant if you don’t maximise it.


"You’ve got to create chances and test the goalkeeper and show your quality in that key final third, and we didn’t.

"[There were] too many loose balls, too many loose touches, too many poor decisions, a lack of movement.

"[It was] everything that you don’t associate with that squad of players, but as I said, it was a bad day at the office.

"But no damage done. We’ve got to learn from it and they will do because there is no doubt in the quality within the changing room, and we’ll prepare for next week now", the Rangers boss added.

Next up for Rangers is a visit to third placed Falkirk next Saturday.