JOE Aribo was speaking to Rangers TV after another Man of the Match display against St. Johnstone at Ibrox.

Joe, another solid home victory, how do you feel after the game?

The boys are buzzing, it wasn’t the best at times but it’s nice to get over the obstacle and get the three points.

We dominated but it took to almost half time to get the opening goal, is that patience a real strength in the team at the moment?

We spoke about it before the game. It’s not always going to be fast starts so we have to be patient and trust what the boss is saying to us. That’s what we had to do and we were lucky to get the breakthrough just before half time.

How do the team feel about three home games in a row and then two away after that?

We just want to take every single game as it comes, it’s so important to do that because we can’t look past the next fixture. We need to put in performances and hopefully get the three points, that’s what we’re looking for every single game.

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That touch when he pulled the ball from the sky, talk us through that?

It’s funny because in training I just kick balls in the air like a lot of the boys but I was lucky to just control it and bring it down and I slipped in Fash after so I was happy to be able to do that.

Another Man of the Match, what’s really brought the strength out of yourself in the last few weeks?

I’m playing freely. I don’t know if I’m honest, I’m just playing freely and I’m thankful to God for my talents.