The arrival of Steven Gerrard to Glasgow looks set to fail in his bid to interrupt Celtic's stranglehold of the Scottish Premier League. Rangers lie eight points adrift although the sides are set to meet at the end of the month.
Gerrard's season has not been without incident but the former Liverpool midfielder was positive during his press conference on Friday that things will improve.
I've picked myself back up and I can guarantee you that I will improve personally moving forward. I'm well aware of the job I signed up for. I know after a few bad results pundits and keyboard wizards will always be there. That's fine.
There had to be a lot of change when I took over in the job. I knew I wasn't going to sort the problem out in one transfer window, not even two. But without a doubt we've moved forward, we've improved.
However, for pundit Chris Sutton, there is a lot of improving to do. When asked to rate Gerrard's season out of ten on BT Sport, the former Celtic midfielder said, "honestly, honestly, four. It's the truth. He doesn't manage a mediocre Premier League English team. It's about winning trophies. They are not going to win any."
Rate Steven Gerrard's season out of ten?@chris_sutton73: "Four"
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) March 16, 2019