After watching Fulham escape relegation from the Barclays Premier League on the final day of the season, Steven Davis is desperate to end the Scottish Premier League campaign with a winners' medal.
Davis left Craven Cottage to join Rangers on loan in the January transfer window and although he missed out on Uefa Cup glory, there is still the possibility of a domestic treble to play for.
The Gers already have the CIS Insurance Cup in the bag together with a Scottish Cup final against Queen of the South to look forward to at the end of the month.
Before that, they must seek to overhaul Celtic at the top of the SPL by winning their remaining games.
"I went from one end of the spectrum to another when I came here from Fulham," said Davis, who does not yet know if his loan deal at Ibrox will be made permanent.
"It's been a great experience and something I've really enjoyed. I just hope we can see it through and end the season with three trophies.
"Nobody gave Fulham any hope and with five games to go everybody said they were down.
"But they managed to get out of it and I'm delighted for them. Hopefully, I can finish my own season on a high as well.
"I've still kept in touch with the lads and spoke to them throughout their last few games. I haven't spoken to the manager.
"I will finish the season first and then take it from there. I haven't given my future any thought because there has been so many games and such important games."
Davis admits his time with Rangers has exceeded all expectations but is now hungry for more success.
He added: "When I made the move I was hoping to make a big impact and play in as many games as possible.
"But I didn't foresee getting to a Uefa Cup final. I'm delighted with the way things have gone and now I want to finish on high.
"The aim is the treble and that would still be an unbelievable achievement. There is a week to go and we want to see it through.
"We don't want to end up majorly disappointed after all the hard work the boys have put in.
"It's been an unbelievable effort from all the boys given the amount of fixtures we've had.
"It's been a real squad effort and we don't want it to fall flat now. We are determined not to let that happen."