Rangers boss Mark Warburton has revealed that people have been asking him whether he is okay post the heavy loss against Celtic, only to be told that he and his team are absolutely fine.

The Gers are still recovering from the heavy 5-1 defeat that they suffered at the hands of their bitter rivals Celtic last weekend.

Warburton, who being the manager of the team has to take the lion's share of the blame, insists that he has time and again been asked by various people whether he is okay.

However, the manager insists that the answer has always been a positive one as they are all professionals and take winning and losing as part of the game.

In spite of the result being a damaging one, the manager insists that his side have to swallow a bitter pill and get on with it.  


"People keep asking me if I'm okay", Warburton told a press conference on Thursday.

"Of course we're okay. We are professionals.

"The result hurt so many people, none more so than us, but we have to get on with it."

The Gers, who were pushed down to the third place in the league table by the loss, will play Ross County, the team just below them in the league, on Saturday.