Rangers loanee Billy King has told the club's official website that he thinks the Gers will do well in the Scottish Premiership next season, predicting a top four finish.
Mark Warburton's men head into this weekend's away game against Raith Rovers edging ever closer to the Scottish Championship title, as two more wins will clinch the crown.
Whilst there is a key Scottish Cup semi-final on the horizon against Celtic, some fans are already looking towards next season, where Rangers will end their four-year spell outside of the top flight.
Manager Warburton has already brought in a host of impressive signings since taking the reins at Ibrox last summer, with the likes of Wes Foderingham, James Tavernier, Rob Kiernan, Jason Holt and Martyn Waghorn all starring this season, whilst January signing Michael O'Halloran has also shown glimpses of his quality.
Having thrashed Dundee 4-0 in the last round of the Scottish Cup, Rangers look to be in good shape heading into the Premiership, though manager Warburton will of course be pursuing new signings to strengthen his squad during the transfer window.
Now, Rangers loanee Billy King, who is scheduled to return to Hearts this summer, has told the club's official website that he thinks Rangers will succeed in the Premiership next season even with their current squad, and predicted that they will finish in the top three or four.
"I think they would do very well in the league and would definitely be in the top three or four," said King. "The manager will be looking to strengthen too, and while you don’t know who will come in and go out in the summer, Rangers would definitely be up there with this squad," he added.
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