GARY MCALLISTER insists Rangers will continue working with Alfredo Morelos in an attempt to eradicate the moments of madness from his game.

The Colombian has been ruled out of the Europa League clash with Braga next week after picking up a yellow in the remarkable 3-2 victory at Ibrox on Thursday evening.

Morelos was booked for dissent by Spanish whistler Xavier Estrada Fernandez in the first half as he reacted angrily to a foul given against him.

It rounded off a mixed 90 minutes for the striker as two goals from Ianis Hagi and a stunning solo effort from Joe Aribo earned Steven Gerrard's side a crucial first leg lead.

Morelos missed Rangers' first three matches of the New Year after red cards against Motherwell and Celtic and McAllister knows there is still work to be done when it comes to improving his disciplinary record.

He said: "We will keep at him and keep nipping his ear. These moments have got to… he has got to rid them from his game.

"On the flip side of that, he is in front of the goal again and he is still in there getting chances, still in there creating problems. We have got to stay with him.

"It has happened before, it is a repeat offence. That is something we are continually working with him on and it is frustrating for us as well.

"But we have got to keep in his ear and keep trying to better this fella’s discipline record and not to react.

"He does acknowledge it and he will put his hand up and say ‘I want to get better, I want to get better’. He is aware. We have all spoken to him.

"The lads have spoken to him, all the management staff have got to keep at Alfredo."