Rangers winger Michael O'Halloran has insisted that his side are far from limping over the line and will look to seal the deal by winning against Dumbarton on Tuesday night.

The Gers, who are 14 points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship table with a game in hand, could have won the title during the weekend had they secured all three points against Raith Rovers.

However, that wasn't to be as the away side conceded a 94th minute goal to end the match 3-3, thus putting their promotion on hold for a brief period of time.

The 25-year-old though has assured the fans that their team are far from limping over the line and in spite of the brief pause will surely get over the line in their next match.

Speaking about what went wrong for them in the match this weekend, the former Bolton Wanderers player told his club's official website: “Maybe a little bit of anxiety crept in.  


"The fans were getting a bit vocal and maybe a wee bit of excitement took over and we let our composure go.

“Little errors maybe cost us but we have spoken about it as a team and it’s something we are going to try and eradicate and make better.

“Of course we don’t want to limp over the line but we have still been playing great football, scoring a lot of goals and obviously we haven’t been happy with the goals we have conceded.

“We are still playing the same football we have been playing all season and it’s entertaining.

“We are far from limping over the line, we have four or five games to spare and we have a chance to go and win the title already.”