Stuart Kettlewell believes Motherwell can use the confidence from their four-game unbeaten run to make life difficult for Rangers in today's lunchtime clash.
And the Fir Park gaffer has told his side to "enjoy" periods of the game where they will see little of the ball. The Steelmen are looking to end a run of 20 years without a top flight home win over the Gers, having last tasted success back in December 2002.
But February manager of the month Kettlewell's instant impact since taking the reins from Steven Hammell has sparked a rich vein of form, and three wins and a draw from his tenure so far has helped haul 'Well away from the bottom of the Premiership table.
So Kettlewell believes his side should go into the clash on a high. He said: "When you sit as confident as we have been, you just look to the next game and try to make it five undefeated.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk