Vladimir Weiss admits he was determined to make an impact against Dundee United after finding himself on the bench for Rangers in the Champions League. The on-loan Manchester City winger was an unused substitute in Tuesday's goalless draw against Manchester United.
The 20 year old said: "I don't really like to sit on the bench but if the manager decides that way, I'm only 20, and I've got to respect that.
"It's always a bit frustrating but, as soon as I get a chance, I try to impress and do my best.
"We don't have that many players in the squad so the gaffer tried to change things a little bit and made two changes from Tuesday night.
"He's always going to swap it around and every time I play I need to do my best."
Weiss's efforts were rewarded with the man of the match award. But, despite his plans to impress the manager, he claims the three points were more important than personal plaudits.
He added: "For me it doesn't really matter who gets the man of the match.
"We are looking to win every game and we have got a 100% record at the moment. We are happy that we won again."