Rangers defender Carlos Bocanegra has no regrets about joining the club despite the financial crisis engulfing the SPL giants.
The Scottish champions are facing an uncertain future after entering into administration last month over mounting debts.
The club's administrators are expected to announce possible player redundancies on Friday, meaning an anxious wait for manager Ally McCoist's squad.
Bocanegra left French club St Etienne for Ibrox last summer on a three-year contract.
The 32-year-old American has loved every minute at Rangers, stating he never knew the club's brand spread worldwide.
"I don't regret going to the club," he the New York Times. "I've loved every minute I've been at Rangers.
"Going to Ibrox right after we went into administration, they sold out and we had 50,000 people at our first game.
"All the fans got behind the team. It was amazing and I never realised just how big and how popular the Rangers brand was worldwide until I was up there.
"Hopefully we can pull out of this sooner than later but I've really enjoyed my time so far at Rangers and I don't regret coming here despite the unfortunate circumstances."
Bocanegra insists everyone at the club is focused on beating Hearts at Ibrox on Saturday, although he says the uncertain situation has affected the mood in the camp.
"During the games it's not so difficult because we're professionals and we're competitors that want to win," he continued. "The part that is difficult is the mood around the training ground.
"There's a lot of uncertainty [among the players and the staff]. Nobody really knows what is happening. The mood has changed a little bit where everybody is a bit timid.
"Obviously the club is in administration at the moment and people are worried about losing their jobs. That's the worst part of it. That's never a nice feeling hanging over your head going into work.
"That's been disappointing in just the mood around the training ground, not only among the players, but also the staff. It's just been dark days the last few weeks.
"You have to stay upbeat because I don't know what's going to happen and nobody knows that magnitude of the situation and what's going on."