Celtic legend Henrik Larsson has told Sky Sports that he believes Rangers’ promotion is good for the Scottish game.
Rangers secured their promotion to the Scottish Premiership last week, by beating Dumbarton 1-0.
Mark Warburton’s side have dominated the Scottish Championship this season, and Larsson is pleased that the Light Blues are back in the top flight.
"I think it is good for the Scottish game and good for Celtic for the competition even though it seems they have had a fair amount of competition as it is at the moment," he said.
"But I think it is only good as it will mean the competition will be more fierce again and that's vital for the Scottish game.”
Rangers have looked a class above all their rivals in the Scottish Championship this season, and they have won the league at a canter.
The Light Blues have ensured top level football will be back at Ibrox again, by losing just three league matches all campaign.
Rangers will now play in the Scottish Premiership again for the first time since 2012 next season.
There will be a sneak preview of the 2016/17 campaign coming up, too, as Rangers are due to meet Celtic in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup at the weekend.