Lee McCulloch is adamant that Rangers are not concerned by their recent run of poor results.
The Scottish champions are hopeful of getting back to winning ways again following goalless draw against St Johnstone, before suffering a first league defeat of the season against Kilmarnock.
And with Old Firm rivals Celtic winning their last three games, the Gers' lead at the summit has now been cut from 12 points down to just four.
But McCulloch claims there is no crisis at Ibrox, saying: "I wouldn't say it was a slump. We have dropped silly points.
"But we have dropped silly points for the last three seasons and it's just how we react to it. We've got to be looking forward now.
"I wouldn't say there is added pressure. There is pressure on Rangers in every game.
"We know what we've got to do and it's just about doing our talking on the pitch.
"We are still in a good position and looking forward to trying to win every game."