Rangers captain Lee Wallace admits that earning promotion to the Scottish Premiership will be a special moment for everyone associated with the football club, as well as allowing the Ibrox outfit the chance to battle for the calibre of trophies they should be fighting for.

The Gers need just two more wins from their remaining league games to win this season’s Scottish Championship title and earn automatic promotion back to the top tier of the country’s football.

Rangers, one of the biggest clubs in Scotland, were forced to start from the bottom of the Scottish league football pyramid after their liquidation in 2012 and are now firmly on their way to the level that most feel they truly belong to.

Wallace admits that it has been a long hard road for the Gers from the dark days of 2012, and believes it will be special moment for everyone associated with Rangers when they guarantee top flight football again for the club.

Speaking to the club’s official website, the Rangers captain said: “It will be a special moment for us all knowing that we are getting our club back to where it should be playing football.  


“I keep saying that and have used that phrase a lot since we dropped down the divisions and it’s not too far away from happening now.

“We can see the games ticking down and it will be a special moment for everybody in this dressing room and for the fans of course, because they, more than anyone, want us to be back playing in the top flight and challenging for proper Rangers silverware.”

Rangers will be just three points away from the league title if they manage to pick up a win at Raith Rovers this weekend.