Cammy Bell comments on the current mood in the Rangers camp

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Rangers are aiming to return to the Scottish Premiership via the playoffs.

Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell has told the club’s official website that the players are ready for the final weeks of the 2014-15 season.

The Gers have guaranteed their place in the Scottish Championship playoffs and are aiming to finish second in the table.

The Glasgow giants are currently third in the league standings with 66 points from 35 matches, just a point behind second-placed Hibernian with one more round of games remaining.

Rangers will take on champions Heart of Midlothian away from home at the Tynecastle Stadium in Edinburgh on Saturday.

Bell is looking forward to the match and believes that all the players are ready for what lies ahead.

"Personally, and I can only speak for myself, it doesn’t weigh me down, they are games I look forward to,” the 28-year-old told Rangers’ official website.

"These are the games you sign for Rangers for and I'm sure all the boys are the same in the changing room. They are ready to go and we are ready to prove ourselves.”

It seems that the Rangers players are relishing the prospect of playing in high-pressure games and showing their mettle.

The Gers have looked confident since Stuart McCall took over, and it seems that the camp is brimming with optimism.

It will not be easy for Rangers to negotiate the Championship playoffs, but they do have all the tools to do just that.

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