Rangers boss Michael Beale was speaking to Sky Sports following his side's dramatic comeback against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.

Here is everything he had to say.

What did you make of that?

Delighted with the result. 10 out of 10 for character and mentality. In the end, probably five out of ten for performance. First half performance we started well and were deservedly in front and then it was a poor goal to give away right on half time. We had possession and give away a free-kick. To be fair to the boy, it's a well-struck goal. We didn't start in the second half and were deservedly 2-1 down. It was a great strike from the lad and then we were really anxious. We weren't playing well at all and made four changes then Scott Arfield has come up trumps. I'm delighted for him because it's very harsh he's not started any game so far but that's what Scotty does, he gambles and gets in the box and he's come up trumps for us this evening.

How much more work is needed to get a complete performance?

I think it’ll come with games, certainly with confidence. I see a group that isn’t the most confident at the moment. The last two wins will hopefully give them that against third and fourth in the league. Away here is a difficult game, it was a difficult evening. I thought they stuck together and we got over the line. We’ll have to do that again on Friday and we’ve got some work to do, I think that’s clear for everyone to see.

Can this build momentum and confidence given you’ve turned it around in injury time?

Well, six goals in two games is certainly good. Obviously, the four against we need to work on. I thought Connor was great coming back in. I don’t think people realise how little he’s done to get back out there tonight and play 90 minutes. I was delighted to have him back. In patches, we did things well but overall we’re still fragmented in the performance. There’s a long way for us to go to get to where I want us to get to. But so far, two games, six points, I’m not going to beat them over the head with it. I’ll just make them aware we’ve got some work to do.