Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst has charged Joe Aribo to work on his finishing.
The Nigeria international has scored thrice in 13 league appearances for the Gers this season.
The 25-year-old scored a paltry seven goals in 31 league outings for the Scottish Premiership champions last term.
Aribo missed a couple of chances in Rangers’ Europa League 2-0 win against Czech club Sparta Prague on Thursday.
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Van Bronckhorst, who sat on the dugout on the first time since replacing Steven Gerrard as Rangers manager wants the midfielder to score on a regular basis for the club.
“He (Aribo) can do both. At times, he can play more on the wings, like when Hagi came inside. I’m really fond that we take the positions on the pitch to be dangerous and Aribo did really well,” the Dutchman said ahead of Sunday’s away clash at Livingston.
” He was always there to be dangerous in the box. When we were dominating the wide areas, we had enough bodies in the box to score goals. Aribo had some good chances. If he was more clinical, he could have scored one or two goals.
” But for me the most important thing that I like to see is the attacking midfielders joining the strikers in the box to try to score.”