Steven Davis is pleased to see the Rangers camp sticking together through tough times, but appreciates the club's next move will be crucial.
The fate of the financially-stricken Gers lies in the hands of administrators Duff and Phelps, with three bidders vying for control at Ibrox.
The players have done all they can do to ease the crisis by accepting sizeable pay cuts and it is now down to the powers-that-be to ensure the Glasgow giants are inherited by the right buyer.
Davis said: "The good thing from our point of view is that everybody in the dressing room has stuck together.
"We are all in this together, we want to be here and we want the club to survive. There is good camaraderie between the boys.
"We have shown over the last few seasons that we have stuck together and it's been evident again through this difficult time.
"Everybody enjoys coming in to work every day and we are just hopeful the situation can get resolved. There is not really much more we can do.
"It's in the administrators' hands to hopefully choose the right people to take the club forward.
"It's difficult to speculate but we are all just hopeful that by the start of next season there will be money for the manager to spend and invest in the team and we can all move forward.
"It's hard to reflect when you don't really know people's plans for the club."
As a Rangers fan himself, Davis does not want to see a scenario whereby the club is liquidated in the event that an exit from administration via a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) cannot be achieved.
He said: "From the fans' point of view, they fear liquidation and they want to keep the history of the club intact. That's important.
"I grew up as a Rangers fan and I've probably got that viewpoint myself.
"Whether that entirely makes business sense is for other people to make their minds up.
"From the players' point of view, we have made cuts between now and the end of the season and we can't really do much more than concentrate on the football side. Hopefully it takes care of itself."