KRIS BOYD has urged Rangers to find consistency next season to ultimately stop Celtic from landing 10-in-a-row.

Last season Gers mounted a title challenge up until the winter break, before Celtic pulled away following a number of shock results for Steven Gerrard's side.

And Boyd admits the Light Blues need to find consistency throughout the whole campaign if they want to land the title.

Speaking to Sky, he said: “The consistency from both Old Firm clubs last year was unbelievable until the game in December before the split.

“It is really important Rangers can continue that for the full season.

“Consistency has been their problem and there’s been drops in form.

“It might be down to loss of confidence after the winter break.

“But they won’t have that this season as the winter break isn’t there.

“Hopefully for everyone connected with Scottish football we can have a title challenge and Rangers pushing Celtic all the way.

“There is quality in the Rangers dressing room and there is no doubt when they face Celtic they can win the games.

“But sometimes Rangers need to find a way to grind out results like they did at the start of last season.

“After the break it never really happened.

“You have to credit Celtic as they were unbelievable after the break and they blew everyone away.

“It is great football is finally back as it has been a long time coming.”