DAVE KING believes Champions League football would be a game-changer for Rangers as Steven Gerrard’s side look to the Premiership title this season.
Rangers return to the league against Ross County on Sunday with an 11-point lead over Celtic, despite having played two more games, after an encouraging start to the campaign.
Gerrard’s side have excelled in the Europa League over the past three seasons, but former President King knows that dining at the continent’s top table would be hugely important to Rangers going forward.
“I think it would,” he said when asked if Champions League football is going to be a game-changer for Rangers. “Definitely if we could win the league and then move on to the group stages.
“In the managerial mentality that we have put in place, and without a doubt there will be further strengthening of the team, I think it would really be a very singular turning point from the club’s point of view and a good omen for the club. next couple. years. Under this director, I think we are able to do it.