Rangers forward Kenny Miller has laughed off claims from former Celtic boss Tony Mowbray that the Gers play negative football.
Mowbray fired a parting shot at the Scottish champions just hours before he was sacked as Hoops boss, after his brand of attacking football failed to take off at Parkhead.
Rangers are currently 10 points ahead of arch-rivals Celtic in the SPL having played two games less than the Bhoys.
Miller says the Gers are definitely not a negative side and points to the festive period, when they scored 26 goals in six games, as a mark of the opposite.
"There is no way you can say that we are negative with the team we've got and the amount of goals we are scoring," he said.
"All you need to do is look at the month of December and that's far from a negative team. We are a good football team.
"Sometimes conditions make it harder to play and sometimes the teams you play against make it harder to play good football.
"But to say that Rangers are negative is laughable to be honest."
Top goalscorer Kris Boyd again looked a frustrated player at the weekend as he could not find that elusive 100th SPL goal for Rangers.
Miller added: "Boydy is all about goals and there is no doubt he probably will be frustrated.
"The chances just didn't come for him. They fell for other lads and the other lads put them away.
"But Tuesday against St Johnstone is another night and I wouldn't be surprised if Boydy got two or three because that's what he does.
"There is no doubt he will get that 100th goal soon enough."