Rangers defender James Tavernier has urged his team-mates to finish their Scottish Championship on a high by beating St Mirren this afternoon.
Mark Warburton's side have already been crowned champions after dominating Scotland's second tier this season, but their form has tailed off dramatically.
The Gers have lost two of their last three league outings in perhaps a touch of fatigue and complacency, having already clinched promotion and beaten Celtic in a Scottish Cup semi-final two weeks ago, as well as Peterhead in the Petrofac Cup final.
With a Scottish Cup final with Hibernian on the horizon later this month, this is the last chance for Rangers to sharpen their tools in a competitive outing before that showpiece, and Tavernier has delivered a rousing message to his team-mates on Twitter.
Good morning everybody.. Match Day ⚽️ Last league game of the season, Lets finish with 3 points #RangersFamily ⚪️— James Tavernier (@James_Tavernier) May 1, 2016
Hibs are obviously no mugs and supporters might fear for Rangers if they lose again this afternoon. There is a 20-day lull after this and it is obviously favourable to enter that period on the back of a win rather than a defeat.