Rangers' Maurice Edu his challenged his team-mates to focus on their jobs during a difficult period for the club.
The iconic Scottish club has been placed in administration, while some of the playing staff have seen salaries cut by up to 75 per cent.
There remains uncertainty around the future of the Ibrox outfit as four buyers are now battling for the right to purchase the club, who are now 21 points behind SPL leaders Celtic.
But Edu insists they cannot afford to become distracted by off-field events and need to concentrate on giving their all until the end of the campaign.
"The situation we are in is difficult but we've just got to keep going, keep motivated and keep finding ways to work hard for the team," Edu said.
"We need to find ways through these situations. The big thing for us now is to focus on finishing the season strongly and we must do that."
Sale Sharks owner Brian Kennedy and former Ibrox director Paul Murray's consortium are the only confirmed bidders.
However, an American consortium is also reported to be among the interested parties.