The Scottish giants have secured the future of a number of young players.
Rangers have been busy tying up new deals for the promising youngsters at the club, confirming on Friday that as many as fifteen players had signed professional terms or contract extensions at Ibrox.
The Rangers website revealed that seven academy players have extended their stay in Glasgow, with goalkeeper Lewis White, defenders Ryan Sinnamon, Craig Halkett, David Brownlie, midfielders Darren Ramsay and Dylan Dykes and forward Josh Jeffries all committing to the Gers for at least another year.
Six of the above players turned out for the club's Under-20 side in the season just gone.
On top of that, eight schoolboy players will sign full-time terms in the summer, as Jack Thomson, Jordan Houston, Scott Gray, Sam Jamieson, Kieran Wright, Jamie Brandon, Jamie Barjonas and Aidan Wilson prepare to move into professional football.
As the Gers prepare to earn promotion from the Scottish Championship at the second time of asking next season, it is clear that whoever their manager might be, they will have plenty of youth players at their disposal with which to call on.