MARVIN ANDREWS would gladly have swapped his man-of-the-match award for three points last weekend, but admits that conceding the late equaliser has only made Rangers more determined to bounce back against Dundee on Sunday.
The towering centre half is one of the Light Blue's top performers this season and was once again a stand out at the back for Alex McLeish's men against Inverness Caley Thistle.
His commanding displays are a real inspiration to the rest of the players and although last Saturday's result was a setback in Gers title challenge Marvin is still positive.
The Trinidad and Tobago internationalist always looks on the bright side and remains confident that the championship will be back at Ibrox in May.
Andrews said: "I know we dropped two points last weekend but there are still lots of games left this season.
"A lot of people are worried that we drew that game but I think we have to stay calm and focused.
"I for one am not worried because God is in control, we are still top of the league and he will take us all the way through.
"Of course I'd have rather won the game than my man-of-the-match award because it's a team effort and everyone worked hard against Inverness Caley Thistle.
"But things didn't end the way we wanted and we conceded a late goal, which was very disappointing.
"There was a wee mishap between Gregory and Soti and that led to them having the chance to score.
"But this is what happens in football. We have been playing well recently and shouldn't let this result get us too down."