Dujon Sterling in sweary Rangers confession as he admits title belief 'not there'

Dujon Sterling admits Rangers have been "s***" in their recent outings - as he confessed the title belief among the players may no longer be there.

The versatile defender has been, like the support, frustrated with how he himself and his teammates have performed in defeat to Ross County as well as their draws with Celtic at Ibrox and then Dundee last night. Those results have combined to see the club drop into second with no games in hand left yet still three points behind their rivals.

Manager Philippe Clement felt last night that his players could still roar back and win the Premiership trophy, but Sterling provided an insight into the changing room where he reckons something has to change to "switch their mindset" back into genuinely believing they can turn things around.

"It's not good enough, we've got a lot of work to do," he said. We need to reset, get our heads in the game, to be honest, that's our mentality.

"Right now it's not going in the right direction. There's still a lot of games to be played and fight for so it's disappointing. I don't really know what to say. We're fighting for a title, it's not like it's dead rubber games, something has got to switch. I don't know how to do it myself personally, it's a team game, not just one person or just the gaffer. We've got to have the belief that we can. Back then we had the togetherness and belief. We still have the togetherness, I just don't know if belief is there at the minute. Everyone has to switch their mind to believe we can actually do this.

"We owe ourselves a performance as well. We've been s*** the last three games. I just think we need to reset and do it for the fans as well because they've come home and away everywhere. Backing us, singing for 90 minutes, 95 minutes, 100 minutes, so we owe it to them."