Rangers striker Kenny Miller has stressed that he will do everything he can to ensure the SPL title returns to 'where it belongs'.
Miller controversially re-signed at Ibrox last summer having spent the 2006/07 season at Old Firm rivals Celtic.
Gers are in pole position to lift their first SPL crown in four years as they head into the final day of the season with a two-point lead over the Hoops.
Scotland international Miller concedes he expected his return to Gers to be unpopular but insists he is focused on sealing success at Dundee United on Sunday.
"It would mean the world to me to win the title," said Miller.
"There was a lot of opposition when I came back at the start of the season but my main objective when I arrived at Rangers was to help the club get the title and do my bit for the team.
"I feel I have managed to do that and to win the title and get the trophy back where it belongs would be amazing."