Rangers defender Steven Whittaker insists his team have no complaints about the hectic schedule ahead.
The Glasgow club have yet to lose in any competition this season so far, with their victory at great rivals Celtic giving them breathing space at the top of the Scottish Premier League.
They then overcame Kilmarnock in the CIS Cup to move into the semi-finals of the competition before hosting Inverness on Saturday.
Having drawn with both Manchester United and Valencia so far in the UEFA Champions League, the SPL holders head to the Mestalla on Wednesday for what will be a tough return fixture against the Los Che.
Whittaker was positive however that his side could continue their run, and that the team were raring to go.
"We are happy to play our football and get as many games as we can," said the full-back.
"As long as the fitness is good and we are injury-free, we will be looking to play as many games as we can.
"Training and things like that will be taken into consideration as we try to keep as fresh as possible.
"We can only do the best we can when the games come around and I'm sure we will be looked after."
With only a small squad at their disposal, manager Walter Smith has admitted that options are thin on the ground, but that was the risk he had taken.
"It's a gamble I was prepared to take," Smith said. "We've done that and
people can look and say, if we do have a lot of injuries, that it was the wrong
"Part of my job is to keep as high a quality of player at the club as
"It is an awkward decision to make knowing the consequences could be detrimental to your opportunities of winning the league championship, but I still feel it's the best thing.
"From the club's point of view, and Scottish football's point of view, we have to try and keep as high a level of player as we can."
"We've had a smaller group and we've added to it but we've not really had the benefit.
"Vladmir Weiss has come in and played very well for us. James Beattie and Nikica Jelavic have both only had a couple of appearances so it's been a bit frustrating that's been the case.
"But you would expect injuries. If you run at a couple of injuries a week, you're doing well. It's just been frustrating it has been the newer players who have missed out."