Paul Le Guen admitted he was "disappointed" with his side's 2-2 draw against Dundee United at Ibrox after spurning a host of chances to win.
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Rangers came back from 2-0 down, and the Frenchman said: "Of course it's disappointing. We had so many chances in the first half to score.
"We weren't efficient enough today, but it's still most important to keep creating the opportunities in games.
"We showed character to come back, and we'll work hard to find the solution."
Le Guen - who was given a warm welcome from a packed Ibrox for his first competitive game at home - was denied by an enterprising United side.
"I don't think the team is lacking confidence, but although it's disappointing we dropped points, I'm pleased with the overall performance today," he added.
"However, we didn't defend very well at times, but we're going in the right direction."