Rangers acting captain Lee Wallace attempted to glean the positives from Tuesday night’s disappointing draw with Stirling – notably the performance of Northern Ireland striker Andrew Little.
Little was on target once again as he bagged his 22nd goal of the season, but Ally McCoist’s side failed to hold onto their lead.
Little streaked clear on a perfectly-weighted Dean Shiels pass to round advancing home goalkeeper David Crawford to stroke the ball home to break the deadlock.
Ross Forsyth equalised in the 55th minute in a game Rangers should have won.
“Once again Andy Little did really well for us,” Wallace said.
“I said after the game at Berwick that his work-rate was terrific and he deserved his goal and I told him the same thing after he got his rewards with a good early goal against Stirling.”
The end product, however, was not to the captain’s liking who was certainly not mincing his words as he reflected on the draw that ended a Rangers’ run of nine consecutive away League wins.
“I’m gutted,” he added.
“It’s not a great dressing room and we were all very disappointed. It’s a game we thought we would have won because we had been on an impressive run of form, especially away from home, and we thought that would continue.
“We played at a high tempo in the first-half and created several chances. The second-half didn’t feel right for some reason and our possession was not as good although we still created chances.
“I had a chance later in the half that I should have done better with that possibly could have changed things.”