Barry Ferguson has admitted that there is real confidence in the Rangers team from the stands at Ibrox and it is visible in the performances of the players.


Rangers’ progressed through to the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup over the weekend and now have a chance to go top of the league on Wednesday night.


They are now within touching distance of topping the Scottish Premiership table and could do so on Wednesday against Ross County.




Ferguson, who was at Ibrox over the weekend, admitted that confidence is flowing through the entire club at the moment and feels Rangers are in a really good place.


He insisted that he did not feel any nervousness in the stands and that the fact that the Ibrox crowd were right behind the team was helping the players to perform better on the pitch.



The Rangers legend said on the Go Radio Football Show: “Rangers have strengthened and they are in a really good place.


“I was there on Saturday and you can see the confidence flowing through and there is a different atmosphere around that place.



“Certainly, from the stands, there is no edginess, which sometimes affected the team and they are getting right behind the team.


“You can see that in the performance of the Rangers players.”


Rangers will also have European football to contend with soon as have reached the last 16 of the Europa League.