Steven Gerrard is unfazed by the pressure of performing in the Scottish Premiership.
Rangers are currently on the second spot on the league table under Gerrard’s tutelage, who is serving his first season as a top-flight manager.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has said that he wants the Glasgow club to be at the top of the league table. The Gers are currently in the second position in the Scottish Premiership and will take on the current league leaders and arch-rivals Celtic in their next match. The Gers are currently trailing the reigning champions by three points and would look to draw level with a win to end the year on a high.
The former Liverpool ace said, “The club should always look to be at the top.”
He added, “That was the message to me when I came in. That hasn’t changed. Obviously I knew the size of the task to do it in the first season; of course I did. But that doesn’t mean I wasn’t going to try and do it. I don’t know what the board will see as satisfying in terms of where we end up or what we achieve. For me, I want to try and win it. I am here to win; the league and everything else we enter. That’s my mentality and that will never change. I haven’t set off at the beginning of the season with any aims to try and be the second best. It is a case of aiming for the stars and see where we end up.”
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