Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell has told the club’s official website that the players need the full support of the fans in order to make this season successful.
The Gers are currently fighting for a place in the Scottish Championship playoffs, which in turn, could lead them back to the Scottish Premiership.
Stuart McCall’s side are currently third in the Championship table with 52 points from 28 matches, just three points behind second-placed Hibernian with a game in hand.
Bell has now sent out a strong message to the Rangers fans, asking him to give the players their unwavering support, starting with the league fixture against Cowdenbeath at Ibrox on Saturday.
“The fans were great on Sunday (against Hibernian), they went to Easter Road and really spurred us on and you could hear them all game which was brilliant,” the 28-year-old told Rangers’ official website.
“Hopefully the fans can come along and support us in the last four home games - this is the business end to the season so we need to kick on.
“We know how big a part of the season that is going to be and we need to be picking up three points in each home game and take good form into the play-offs.”
Rangers have some of the best fans in Scotland, and they will be vital in the team’s push for promotion to the Premiership.
The Gers have been largely disappointing this campaign, having lost the chance to win the Championship and gain automatic promotion to the Scottish top flight.
However, the Glasgow giants can still get back to the top tier of Scottish football via the playoffs, and the fans need to get behind the team.