Steven Gerrard needs Rangers to get back to winning ways against Hamilton on Sunday, after a last-minute goal watched his side lose at Young Boys on Thursday.
Christian Fassnachts winner condemned Rangers to defeat in the Europa League and means they are currently level on points with another three teams
Gerrards side are just a point behind Celtic in the Premiership, and hes on the lookout for a league win on Sunday to deliver back the joys around Ibrox.
I want that feel-good factor backwards, he said. We are in a excellent place, with regard to our league type, and we want to continue that against Hamilton.
In terms of the players, it was actually difficult game on a difficult pitch, so I am sure the excess few days is quite useful to get their energy back in their body and getting ready to go again for 90 minutes.
The strike in Bern came following the missed interception, which has resulted in criticism from some fans of captain James Tavernier.
However, Gerrard understands he will want to bounce back following the error and has praised the mindset of the full-back.
James is the captain of this group for a reason, Gerrard said. Hes mature enough and large enough to manage with the criticism.
We are responsible for that outcome. Were all in this together, although of course, there really are a couple of errors that have affected the result.
He has been fantastic for me, his team-mates, along with the fans, thus we have to keep in mind that.