Ross County defender Andrew Davies claimed his side was unlucky to be denied victory against Rangers at Ibrox on Saturday.
The Staggies recorded a third draw of the season against Mark Warburton’s men after Alex Schalk’s opener was cancelled out by Lee Wallace’s second-half goal for the hosts.
Rangers were booed off by their own support at the final whistle but Davies was left cursing what might have been.
He said: “We’re quite disappointed as in the first-half we could’ve been 3-0 up. We could have let that affect us but we were brave on the ball.
“The players were excellent, tracking runners and concentrating. We knew if we switched off once we would get punished so they deserve full credit.
“Our goalkeeper Scott Fox, in particular, made some good saves but that’s what he’s there for.
“He’s a fantastic goalkeeper and he’s been top-drawer since I’ve been at the club.
“But when we come to a place such as Ibrox, we have got to be happy with a point.”
The result heaped additional pressure on Rangers manager Mark Warburton following last Wednesday’s 4-1 defeat by Hearts.
Aberdeen capitalised on the Ibrox side being held to a draw by County by moving up to second spot in the Scottish Premiership with a 2-0 victory against Partick Thistle.
But Davies still feels Rangers can pip the Dons, who travel to Dingwall on Scottish Cup duty this weekend, in the race to finish second to runaway leaders Celtic.
When asked if he felt Rangers are still the second best team in Scotland, Davies replied: “Yes, I think so. It’s a fantastic club. In my opinion the atmosphere’s better than Parkhead.
“They can get on their players’ backs, but can be really supportive as well, as we saw when they scored.
“They move the ball so well and their movement is excellent. Clint Hill and Philippe Senderos are experienced players who’ve had great careers, but the back four can be got at.
“They take little chances and when it comes off it looks great, but when it doesn’t it doesn’t look great at all.
“If we’d taken our chances we could’ve been two or three up but we have got to build on this performance now.”