Rangers' on-loan defender Kyle Bartley believes the team is good enough to reach this year's Europa League final.
Gers defeated Sporting in the last round of the competition and secured a goalless draw in their first leg round of 16 clash with PSV Eindhoven on Thursday.
The SPL champions now only need to beat the Eredivisie outfit in the return leg at Ibrox on 17th March to book their place in the quarter-finals.
Bartley is thrilled with their first leg score from their Dutch trip and insists confidence is now running high in Walter Smith's camp.
Rangers have their tails up in European action and the on-loan Arsenal man believes they have the quality to reach the final in Dublin on 18th May.
"We have to be confident about the return leg," explained Bartley. "We keep getting written off but keep coming back.
"I genuinely believe we are good enough to go all the way to the final. You take confidence from beating a team like Sporting and then getting a result like this one.
"We've kept a clean sheet and everyone has to be positive about the return game in Glasgow.
"We know it's dangerous to lose an away goal but we have to stay positive and at Ibrox we are confident of beating anyone.
"It was a great performance and fantastic effort by all the lads to keep a clean sheet. A 0-0 is a great result, especially when you consider the quality of opposition.
"PSV are top of the Dutch league and were very impressive against Lille in the last 32. Most people thought we'd come here and lose heavily. But there is a resolve in this team."