Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has hailed the club's travelling support and believes they will again be in fantastic voice this weekend away at Livingston.
Mark Warburton's men head to the Tony Macaroni Arena well aware that the gap between themselves and Hibernian at the summit has been cut to just two points; Scottish Championship leaders Rangers though do still have a game in hand on Hibs.
Rangers have been impressive in the league this term, winning 12 of their 13 games and Foderingham is delighted with the support the side have received from their loyal fans, especially on their travels.
"It’s been brilliant. At home it’s an indescribable feeling, and away as well, they travel well in their numbers – some of those away games have felt like home games with the number of fans we’ve taken", he said on his club's official site.
"They are brilliant and I’m sure it’ll be no different on Saturday", the goalkeeper added.
Rangers have already beaten Livingston twice this season and will be desperate to score a third victory as they aim to keep Hibernian at bay.
Foderingham landed at Ibrox in the summer and has seen his performances meet with plaudits.