RANGERS manager Pedro Caixinha has been keen to foster a good team spirit during the early stages of his tenure at Ibrox.

After back-to-back wins in the Ladbrokes Premiership, the latest of which was a 4-1 win over Dundee, Caixinha is happy with the development of his squad.

The Portuguese has pointed to the manner in which his side celebrates each goal as proof of a strong spirit within the team and says there has been a conscious effort to get the squad working closer together.

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“We started having a look at it in pre-season,” he told Rangers TV. “We analysed, not only the moments of the game, but the way we were celebrating the goals, so it is very important for us to celebrate together.

“I told them that situation after I had seen them celebrate a couple of goals, so it really means and shows our team spirit as in that moment, everyone is enthusiastic, happy and involved in it and I really believe when teams celebrate together and celebrate enthusiastically, there is a strong spirit among the group.”

The Gers sit fourth in the table after overcoming a tricky start to the season and a brace from Alfredo Morelos coupled with goals from Josh Windass and Carlos Pena hinted at genuine progress for Caixinha’s men.