Super Eagles midfielder Joe Aribo said Rangers players are adapting well to the philosophy of new coach Giovanni Van Bronckhorst.

Aribo scored one of the goals as Rangers defeated Livingston 3-1 in Giovanni Van Bronckhorst’s first domestic in charge of Gers.

The Dutch legend replaced Steven Gerrard who left the position to take up a role at Premier League side Aston Villa.

In a chat with the media, Aribo stated that the team is adapting well to life under Bronckhorst who is also played for the club, during his active days.

“It’s all learning. Rome wasn’t built in a day. It will take time to get there but we have to keep improving, learning, and keep getting better,” Aribo said after the game against Livingston.

”It was important to get some results given recent results so it’s important to keep getting wins and keep doing what we are doing in performing during matches.”

Aribo will be in action again when Rangers face Hibernian at the Easter Road on Thursday.

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