Kenny Miller insists Rangers' players are determined to be successful to help the club's long-term future.
The SPL giants are currently battling against a mountain of debt with Walter Smith unable to bring any fresh faces to Ibrox.
Gers are currently in pole position for yet another SPL title and Miller believes it is imperative they qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
Miller knows nothing has been won yet and insists complacency will not creep into their game with three trophies still up for grabs.
"The club's financial situation hasn't really affected the players," Miller told the Daily Record.
"The only time it will really impact on any of us is when the manager sits one of us down and says the club has accepted a bid.
"All we can do as players is get on with our jobs. Yes, it would have been great if the manager had had some money to bring in new faces.
"I have said from the start we have more than enough good players already to win the league and to be successful in the cups and we are showing that so far. But we have to keep it going.
"As players we realise there is only one way we can help the gaffer and help the club - keep on winning.
"If we win the league we will qualify for the Champions League and pick up another £10million which should ease the financial pressure."