Hibs defender David Gray thinks new manager Paul Heckingbottom would’ve liked more time to spend on the training pitch with his team – although admits it doesn’t make much difference during games.
Heck has faced a hectic run of games since replacing Neil Lennon at Easter Road and came up against his predecessor on Saturday night.
With the Gers visiting Easter Road on Friday night, Gray thinks it’s a chance for the manager to “really work” with his squad.
“We now have just shy of a week to prepare for Rangers [on Friday]. He can get us on the training pitch and really work with us because the games have came thick and fast since he came in,” Gray told Edinburgh Live.
“I think he would like to get a bit more information into us than he has done so far. To be honest, you don’t think much of it once the game starts.
“It is just another manager in the dug out.
“The attention turns to the game in hand and us trying to win it.”
The Hibees currently sit in sixth place in the Premiership – three points ahead of St. Johnstone
With the league splitting next month, Heckingbottom’s side can’t afford to lose any more points or risk ending up in the bottom six.
The visit of Gerrard’s side will be a fantastic test for them after playing host to Celtic at the weekend.