GIOVANNI VAN BRONCKHORST will put his faith in Jon McLaughlin to bounce back from his Old Firm horror show when Rangers face Ajax in the Champions League.
The keeper endured a nightmare afternoon at Parkhead as Celtic ran out 4-0 winners to extend their lead in the Premiership title race to five points.
McLaughlin was questioned over the first three goals and had a moment to forget as his loose pass allowed David Turnbull to complete the scoring.
But the 34-year-old is set to keep his place between the sticks as Rangers begin their Group A campaign with a daunting trip to the Johan Cruijff Arena.
Van Bronckhorst said: “I’ve spoke with Jon and I’ve spoken with the team about how we played, the way we conceded goals and how we need to improve, what went wrong.
“It’s a normal process. You cannot change every time you gave a defeat. You cannot change everything because you have to stick to your beliefs and your way of playing.
“The execution we had on Saturday was below par - far below par. That’s what I want to see different.
“It’s the only reaction we have to show. Of course after a defeat you are very down. But it’s normal as a human being when you lose a game.
“But then again you have to look forward. You learn from the mistakes you have.
“As a player and a manager you want to go on the pitch the next day and be a better player for the next game. That’s the intention we have."