Rangers’ striker Martyn Waghorn has launched a subtle broadside at Championship rivals Hibs by dismissing their publicly quoted spats at his side.
The leading goalscorer at Ibrox laughed off the repeated slurs from the likes of Alan Stubbs and Jason Cummings and suggested Rangers will do their talking on the park rather than off it.
The former Wigan man said:
“They have been having their digs and saying things in the papers. It was just important we bounced back in the right way and showed our quality on the pitch rather than in the papers. They can say what they want but we know how good we are and we’re going to build on that.”
The Easter Road outfit most certainly have been giving lip service to what Rangers are doing, and spurred on by their narrow win in the recent top of the table clash between the two have clearly been inspired to have a few little select aimed soundbites at Warburton’s men.
As with the usual Rangers’ dignity though, the response is restrained and tempered.