Following a recent boardroom coup at Ibrox, former Rangers and Everton midfielder Stuart McCall was put in charge of the team for the rest of the season. McCall has previous coaching experience with Scotland national team and has also managed Scotland club Motherwell.
Speaking McCall, Naismith said: "It was one of the best decisions the new board could have made.
"I worked with him here with Scotland. He's great around the squad, he's straight forward even in this environment when he's not the manager. He'll still tell you 'it's not good enough'.
"I think it's a great decision and hopefully from now until the end of the season he can reap the rewards of going in there and getting Rangers back to the Premier League."
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