Rangers have now gone three games across all competitions without a win and the pressure is beginning to build around Ibrox.
The Light Blues drew 1-1 to Kilmarnock in midweek in the league, while they lost in the Scottish League Cup semi-final against Aberdeen and were also held to a goalless draw in the Europa League group stages against Spartak Moscow.
Steven Gerrard needs his key players to step up, starting away to St Mirren on Saturday afternoon in the league.
The Gers find themselves fourth in the league table and are still within touching distance of the top, but will need to string together a decent run of results quickly.
Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack should be recalled to the side against St Mirren, as he is a no-nonsense midfielder that can add some extra steel on the road and should be keen to get back to his best.
He came off the bench in the draw with Kilmarnock on Wednesday and has been back in the first-team scene recently since returning from injury.
Jack is definitely one of the Rangers players that can spark a much-needed response against St Mirren and including him in the starting XI could be a smart move by Gerrard.
The 26-year-old could provide a much better option than Lassana Coulibaly in the centre of the park, who is struggling for form right now.
Jack started the season as one of Rangers’ brightest sparks and can provide a lovely balance in midfield for the side when on form.