Glasgow Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told the club’s official site that the squad have already discussed making sure they demand the highest standards from each other over pre-season.
Rangers have been back in training for a week now, and they are due to travel to America tomorrow.
The Ibrox side are due to train and play matches in the United States, as they aim to prepare for their first season back in the Scottish Premiership.
And Warburton said: “They need to demand from each other every day in training. We’ve got to have that demand and we’ve got to make sure that the intensity is right every day. If we get that right then we will be okay.
“As a group we’ve spoken about that already, it’s about us demanding day in and day out throughout the season.”
Rangers are expected to give Celtic a challenge for the Scottish Premiership title next term.
Celtic have dominated Scotland’s top tier since Rangers’ were demoted, and they have won the last five titles.
Rangers have already started making plans for next campaign, with a number of players signing up to Mark Warburton’s side.
Josh Windass, Matt Crooks, Jordan Rossiter, Joey Barton, Clint Hill, Niko Kranjcar and Matt Gilks have all penned contracts at Rangers, and will provide serious competition for places at the Glasgow side.
Rangers have also been linked with the likes of James Vaughan and Curtis Nelson in recent times, as Warburton looks to continue to add quality to his squad.