Rangers captain Lee McCulloch feels his team could be on the verge of a special season as they chase silverware on three fronts.
Rangers set up an Ibrox William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final against Albion Rovers with a 4-0 win over Dunfermline on Friday, the team they lead by 23 points at the top of League One.
Ally McCoist’s team also have a Ramsdens Cup final against Raith Rovers to look forward to on April 6 and McCulloch, who recently claimed Rangers deserved more credit for their record this season, is desperate for any silverware.
“It’s a good chance to put a cup run together,” said McCulloch, who was promoting the club’s quarter season tickets.
“We are in another cup final, that a lot of people have forgotten about, and we are doing very well in the league, if you are looking at the stats.
“We have a chance as players, management, to have a very, very successful season.
“Scottish Cup, league, Ramsdens Cup, any success you have got to grab with two hands.
“When you are playing at a club like this, you are judged on success and what you win. And we want to win more.”