Todd Cantwell was speaking in the mixed zone at Ibrox following the 2-2 draw with PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League Play-off first leg.

Here is everything he had to say.

Thoughts on the game?

I thought we had some good spells and they had good spells and it’s probably why it ended 2-2.

Was that some of the best spells of football you’ve played this season?

Yeah, I would say so. Obviously, the manager and players have been edging towards give us more time and we’ll start to show what we want to show. I think tonight was a good step forward for that.

Is that the type of performance you can build on?

Yeah, 100 per cent. To be at home, to score two good goals and to concede from a set-piece is disappointing. Overall I think it was a reasonably good display from us.

Is that the one frustration, conceding from a corner and not being able to hold on?

Yeah, it’s a big frustration. It’s one we’re really held onto in the changing room. We did play well at times and we’ve got a really good challenge next week but it is a bit frustrating to concede like that.

Talk us through the second goal.

It was a good counter-attack, we spoke about that before. Sometimes they leave themselves a bit open and it’s nice to capitalise on something like that. With a player like Rabbi with that sort of speed, it wasn’t a bad finish either. To have him come on and score that is going to be great for him.

What was the atmosphere like?

It’s amazing. It’s an absolute honour to play for this football club. A lot of people say before you come up here, ‘playing for Rangers, how is it?’ Tonight was just amazing. It’s something I’ll hold onto for a long time. I really do love pulling on that shirt.

Do you prefer playing higher up?

I think players nowadays have to be able to play in a couple of different positions. The manager has spoken to me about that. He sees me as an 8 and as a 10 as well so in different games you’re going to require different parts of my game. Personally, I’ve always enjoyed getting high up the pitch and trying to affect it up there.

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You were on the end of some rough challenges?

I think sometimes I don’t always help myself in the sense that I’m a dribbler so I’m always going to invite a tackle but I’m not going to change my game for referees or anyone. Maybe but if they did it’s a compliment.

Is there a different reaction to your social media interaction compared to down south after the reaction to your post at the weekend?

I wouldn’t say so. I think social media can be amazing and it can be really dangerous. There’s a lot of sensitivity around social media. Just for clarity, there’s no sensitivity from my end. I was merely making a point that if a player can’t post a photo of him smiling whenever he wants really then what’s the point in players having accounts? That’s my stance.

Do people take it a bit too seriously?

I think social media is quite a dangerous platform at times. There’s not much responsibility for what people can put out and for some people that can be really affective. For me, I enjoy my social media. I try to interact with the fans, I use it for the positive reasons and I’ll continue to do so.