Kemar Roofe has opened up on Rangers fans booing after the Ibrox side's recent 1-0 victory over Motherwell.

The Light Blues supporters voiced their displeasure at full time, putting more pressure on Michael Beale.

And while Roofe reckons the Rangers fans were "bored" during the fixture, he believes it will only be a matter of time before the team clicks.

He said: " I suppose they are booing because they are probably bored, unfortunately. Trust me, we don’t want that to happen.

“But we also have to take responsibility and entertain them a little bit more and play attractive football for them, so they don’t boo us and they aren’t bored.

“Every game, there’s a demand to play with style. Every game, there’s a demand to look good, to please the fans and to entertain them.

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“Yes, football is a results-driven business, but it’s also an entertainment business. That’s why fans come to watch a game after all, to be entertained.

“I am the same when I watch football.  If the game’s boring, I’ll probably turn the TV off and do something else.

"It’s natural. Trust me, we are not trying to play boring football. I genuinely do believe it’s a matter of time.

"As players you want to win all the trophies you can. This is one we haven’t won for a long time so we want to do it.”