Rangers Manager, Giovanni van Bronchorst has heaped praises on Super Eagles star, Joe Aribo following his stellar performance against Dundee in the Scottish Premier League on Saturday.
The Nigerian international registered his name on the score-sheet as the Gers cruised to a 3-0 triumph over the visitors at the Ibrox Stadium.
Aribo put his team ahead in the 36th minute, thanks to Glen Kamara’s assist before having a hand in the second goal as Ryan Sweeney scored inside his own net.
Elated by Aribo’s display, the Gers’ boss did not hide his glee over his player impressive showing against the Dark Blues
“Joe is an important player who has played here for many years and you could see what he brings to the team,” Van Bronckhorst told Rangers TV.
“He scored a goal but his overall performance defensively and offensively was very good. He’s a very dynamic player and I’m happy with his performance.
“We were very controlled which is what you want when you play at home – create a lot of chances and don’t give any chances away.
“We did well. At 3-0 up we were still looking for the fourth goal. That’s the desire we need in games and we also need to show.
“I’m really happy with the performance as it was very good overall and happy with the points again, of course.
“We work hard to get the speed of the passing game up, especially opponents who are defending really well and organised.
“The depth in the squad and balance is really good with different types of players.
“Fashion [Sakala] did exactly what we needed him to do. A lot of the threat was on the left side with his speed and the one v ones we created for him he was unlucky to be on the scoresheet.
“When we brought on Scott Wright we knew with his action and ability to accelerate with and without the ball that we could create even more chances.
“I know what Ryan (Jack) means to the fans and the team. I see him every day in training and was happy he could play some minutes to be stronger again,” he added.
Rangers head for France for their Europa League fixture against Olympique Lyon on December 9, before slugging it out against Hearts in their next league fixture.