Rangers boss Paul Le Guen stated he was 'not totally satisfied' with his side's 0-0 draw against Molde in the first leg of their Uefa Cup first round tie.
The Scottish giants were unable to break the deadlock against a Norwegian outfit who offered strong resistance, and will therefore host the return leg at Ibrox with all to play for.
Alhough The Gers' French tactician said he was still optimistic of reaching the group stages, Le Guen also felt there was room for improvement within his team.
"I am not totally satisfied because I wanted to win the game and we drew but I hope it's not a bad result for us," said Le Guen.
"We are favourites but that has no importance to me.
"We were right not to be over-confident because they are a good team, far better than they were a few weeks ago.
"We must be aware that it will be a difficult next game but we are still optimistic."
Goalkeeper Allan McGregor produced a fantastic display to deny Molde on a number of occasions, and Le Guen was pleased with his stand-in shot stopper.
"He did well," said Le Guen of the keeper. "I said yesterday that I have confidence in him."