Steven Gerrard wasted no time in engaging in some mind games in Scottish football; after his first league match, he took aim at Aberdeen. In the days when Rangers regarded the Scottish League Cup as their personal trinket Derek Ferguson played in three winning finals.
On Tuesday, Rangers midfielder Jordan Rossiter was asked about what effect those comments had on the players.
The 21-year-old was one of the first incomings to the Gers under Steven Gerrard, and while he got off to a sticky start in Scotland, he has begun to flourish and is now showing everyone why the former Liverpool legend was so keen to get him in the first place.
'At a big club, you expect big players to step up and provide big moments.
Worrall said: "He (Gerrard) just said we need to focus on the positives we have had over the last couple of weeks and to make sure we make it right on Wednesday".
Gerrard has brought in a number of players since he took over as the manager of the club in the summer this year, revamping the squad.
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"It is fine margins these games and I think we have to create a bit more".
Rossiter has missed the best part of two seasons with a calf injury since making the switch from Liverpool.
In a club statement, Aberdeen said they had "negotiated" 20,000 tickets.
Despite the cup defeat Aberdeen, Gerrard has already made an impressive impact in Glasgow and his side are now 11 games unbeaten in Europe.
Rangers now sit in fifth spot in the table after five wins, two draws and two defeats in the Scottish Premiership since Gerrard took over in the summer.
They are eight points behind league leaders Hearts but with a game in hand - and remain the only team to beat Craig Levein's side this season.