Cyriel Dessers believes Rangers must take positives from the 2-2 draw against PSV Eindhoven and plan ahead for the reverse fixture.

The Light Blues twice took the lead in the UEFA Champions League playoff round tie but were pegged back by the visitors.

The two teams will clash in the second leg next week Wednesday at the Philips Stadion, Eindhoven.

The winner will progress to the lucrative group stage of the competition.

Dessers insists there is still so much to play in the two-legged contest.

“We have to take the positives from the game, and I am sure we will. There is everything to play for next week, it is the same scenario as last year, so let’s hope we can have the same outcome,” the 28-year-old told Rangers TV.

The Nigeria international set up Rabbi Matondo for Rangers’ second goal.

He reflected on his team’s overall performance and outcome of the game.

“There were some mixed feelings, it wasn’t an easy game for us, this is a good team.

“I think overall we played a decent match; we had our moments. When you score two at home against a good team you feel like you deserve more but that is football and there is everything to play for next week,” Dessers added.