Kirk Broadfoot has called on his fellow Rangers players to salvage some pride from their troubled season by winning all their remaining SPL games.
The Scottish champions trail leaders Celtic by 20 points after being docked 10 points by the Scottish Premier League when they were forced into administration on 14th February.
And while the full-back concedes the title race is all but over following the punishment, despite two Old Firm games remaining, Broadfoot says the players can lift the fans with a string of victories.
He said: "I don't think there's any less pressure because of the circumstances. We are at Rangers and we are always expected to win, no matter who we play.
"The league isn't over mathematically but we're realistic and we know it's as good as finished now.
"We'll keep fighting though and pushing on. I can't see Celtic losing seven games but we need to push on as much as we can anyway.
"The fans and everyone else at the club demand we continue getting positive results. We make those demands of ourselves too.
"As such, we've got to make sure we get second place and hopefully we'll be in a position where we can play European football next season.
"Hopefully we can get second place and be able to say at the end of the season we gave as good as we got."