Danny Wilson insists Rangers' players should have no problem motivating themselves for Scottish Cup final

Mark Warburton's men have failed to win either of their last two Scottish Championship games.

Danny Wilson has insisted that Rangers' squad should have no issues getting themselves ready for the Scottish Cup final, despite their recent dip in form, The Scottish Sun reports.

In their first three games in April, the Gers wrapped up the Scottish Championship title, won the Challenge Cup final against Peterhead and booked their place in the Scottish Cup final with a victory over Old Firm rivals Celtic.

However, since then, they have lost to Hibernian and then followed that up by drawing 1-1 at home against Alloa, who are eight points adrift at the bottom of the table and have already been relegated to the third tier.

But the defender has dismissed any concerns that any hangover from their success will prevent Mark Warburton's men from being motivated when they face Hibernian in the final next month.

"If you can't motivate yourself for a cup final you're not worth your salt as a player," he told The Scottish Sun.

"It shouldn't be an issue for us to stay on track. We are delighted to be in the cup final but now we're in it we want to win it, we have to win it.

"That will be enough motivation for us to carry on. We'll be fresh and that could work in our favour."

While the success that the Light Blues have enjoyed this term would suggest that they will go into the game at Hampden Park as favourites, the fact that Alan Stubbs' men's play-off campaign means that they could be playing much closer to the cup final may see them carry the momentum into the game.

And with Hibs proving in midweek that they are still capable of beating the Gers, Warburton will be reminding his players that if they go into the final even slightly demotivated, they can kiss their chances of bagging the treble goodbye. 

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