Chris Burke is confident Rangers can still take the SPL title race to the wire after an indifferent run of form.
The Gers have fallen seven points behind leaders Celtic following Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Hearts.
While Celtic have won 12 in a row in the SPL, Gers have won just three of their last six games prompting early shouts that the title race is over.
But Gers winger Burke believes that Walter Smith's side can finish top, particularly as there are still three Old Firm derbies to come.
"We have been disappointing away from home and we have lost far too many points," said Burke.
"If we want to win this title back then we are going to have to rectify that big time.
"I don't think it is insurmountable. It will go right down to the wire and both teams will be fighting it out to the end.
"None of the teams will give up and the main thing is to win the title.
"At Rangers and Celtic there is pressure to win every week or people are on your back.
"We have to win every game and hope Celtic slip up. If they don't, we have to make sure that we win all our games."
He added: "The positive is that we still have three Old Firm games.
"When we play them that will be like a six-pointer, so we have to beat them. If we win every game we have won the title."