JASON Holt admitted the shine was taken off his fifth goal of the season by a draw that Rangers’ players deem a defeat against Livingston.
The midfielder explained that unless the team win then the game does not go down as a success in their book.
He struck on 22 minutes to fire the Light Blues into the lead before Myles Hippolyte pegged one back just after the break.
The 22-year-old said: “The result has taking a little bit of a shine off scoring today though.
“It was nice to get a goal but the overall feeling is disappointment because the team comes first and we weren’t able to get the win.
“I’m just trying to get myself in the box as much as possible and try and get on the end of chances.
“In the position that I play I should be scoring goals from there because of the amount of times I get forward and it something I will always look to have in my game.
“Our reaction shows how much it means to us. It’s the high demands that we’ve got, we want to win every game no matter who we play and when you don’t get the three points it hurts. “
While Rangers dropped points Hibernian picked up all three against Alloa, meaning they drew level on points at the top of the table with Mark Warburton’s side.
Gers have a game in hand and Holt insists that movement in the Championship won’t affect the players.
He said: “It doesn’t changes anything for us; we concentrate on ourselves and go back to the basic of trying to get the wins.
“That has been the thing for us right since the start of the season and that won’t change.
“It is just disappointing not to get the win, I think when we were on top we had to take the chances we could and we didn’t do that.”