Many are hoping to see Rangers challenge Celtic for the title next season.
Rangers' Kenny Miller
The Gers secured their return to the top flight last season as they romped to the Scottish Championship title under Mark Warburton.
They have enjoyed a busy summer, with nine new signings arriving at Ibrox in something of an overhaul of the playing squad.
Rangers' manager Mark Warburton
There is a massive amount of pressure on their shoulders, with the fans hoping to see them challenge Celtic for the title and bring about an end to their dominance over the last five years.
Some players would shy away from the pressure but Miller says he is looking forward to it.
“Every week there is a different pressure that comes along with the game,” he told the Daily Mail.
“I am looking forward to that pressure, that demand that is put on you at this club to go and win games week-in, week-out.”
Rangers' Joey Barton in action with Burnley's Dean Marney
It now remains to be seen if Rangers can mount a title challenge this season, with it looking likely to be one of the most exciting in Scotland for a number of years.
Their signings so far this summer have hinted they have every intention of trying, with the likes of Joey Barton and Niko Kranjcar representing impressive captures.
Those players have vast experience, especially in the Premier League, and Warburton will be hoping that stands his side in good stead this season.
Burnley's Andre Gray in action with Rangers' Niko Kranjcar