Rangers manager Steven Gerrard says he has asked people to stand up and be counted due to the Gers' heavy reliance on Alfredo Morelos.

The Colombian again hit the back of the net for the Gers on Boxing Day as he popped up with the opening goal in a 1-1 draw with Hibernian at Ibrox.




Rangers have struggled to share the goalscoring burden around and other players missed chances to put the game to bed against Neil Lennon's outfit.

Gerrard makes no bones about the fact that Rangers up front are the Morelos show, and says he has asked the players to make sure they contribute in terms of goals.
 


Gerrard said on Rangers TV: "We are reliant on Alfredo at the moment too much, and other people, I have asked to stand up and be counted.

"The opportunities presented themselves to kill the game off, and we paid the price for that at the end", the Rangers boss added.
 

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Gerrard will now look to wrap Morelos in cotton-wool as he bids to get Rangers ready to go again against rivals Celtic in the Old Firm clash set for the weekend.

If the Gers can magic up a victory over Brendan Rodgers' men, then they would draw level on points with Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership table heading into the winter break.