The forward was speaking after his side's 2-1 win over Servette at Ibrox.

Pleasing to get that first goal for Rangers?

First of all thank you, an amazing experience to score my first goal at Ibrox. The atmosphere and fans were amazing. Overall it was a good night for us. Servette are a tricky team. I saw them over two legs against Genk, who are a good team and they were knocked out. You could see that today. We dominated and could’ve scored more maybe - this will keep us on our toes for next week.

Are you still reaching peak fitness?

Of course, I came in later so I still need some time - this was the first I've played more than 60 minutes. The first 70 went well and then I was a little sloppy so that's something to learn from and gain more fitness. Overall I had some really good moments, some that were sloppy, but I think that's all part of it. I'm happy with this performance and I know I'm going to grow as an individual but also in connection with the other players and team as well.

How frustrating was it to not establish a bigger lead?

Of course, if you can choose you want to go with a bigger lead but as I said this will keep us on our toes, you cannot take anything for granted. We will need to go into that contest strong and need a good performance there. 

How did you find playing with Danilo for the first time?

Good, I liked it a lot together with Sam and Danilo - they're really good players so it's easy to play together with them. We get a lot of freedom from the gaffer and we need to use that like I said, this relationship has to grow. I'm sure it will and we will benefit a lot from each other. 

Did you spend time with Danilo at Feyenoord?

I think it was like one week! Of course, I know him from the Dutch league, he's a really nice guy as well from how he came into the locker room, he's a good player and I think it can be very exciting if we can grow as a partnership and score goals. 

Talk us through the penalty?

The handball is really unlucky but what's confusing for me is that last week we had a meeting with the refs and they said if it's deflected off a teammate and then touches your arm then it's never a penalty. It's like one meter in front of me and then hits Borna Barisic's head and then hits my arm - I was 100 percent convinced it wouldn't be given. He gave it and you have to turn a switch and get back going. It's unlucky, unfortunate for the team as well because we had big momentum, but that's football. 

How important was it to start well after the weekend?

That's what we wanted. After the loss on Saturday, we were not a shit team or anything like that. We knew we had to come out strong, show to our fans what we can give them and do as a team and I think especially in the first half-hour we showed that and it's only the beginning. We're going to grow in fitness, relationships, as a team, I think it was very promising. 

Did the frustration after Saturday surprise you?

At Feyenoord I was at a similar club where the fans can react very emotionally, that's what you want. You don't want to be at a club where everybody shrugs it off. You want an intense club. You get it in a positive way like today when you play well and that's what we need. After a tough loss, you get a reaction and that's at a big club like Rangers normal.

What are you expecting next week in Geneva?

I am expecting a tough game. I saw the games against Genk and at home, they are a tricky team so we have to be ready and I'm sure we will be, hopefully, we can have a start today where we grab it by the throat, have a fast start, grow in confidence and grow into the game.