Dado Prso is confident that Rangers can reach the final of the Uefa Cup this season.
The Ibrox side qualified for the group stages of the competition with a hard-fought 2-0 aggregate victory over Norwegian minnows Molde last month.
They were knocked out in the group stages two years ago, but striker Prso believes that last season's impressive UEFA Champions League run has given them the European experience to go all the way.
The Uefa Cup final will be held at Hampden Park next May and Prso feels that will give the players an extra incentive.
"It's a real bonus for everybody here to play in the Uefa Cup," he enthused.
"It's nice for the supporters to go to the games and of course the final is in Glasgow.
"Why not dream about it? We have to try to be strong and difficult to beat in this cup.
"I dream and I think everybody must dream and that's the most important thing. I believe it is really possible."
The first step for Rangers is to progress from a group also including Auxerre, Partizan Belgrade, Livorno and Maccabi Haifa, and Prso believes they should encounter few problems.
"The last time we played in the Uefa Cup we only needed one point from our last two games and it was disappointing that we could not do it," he recalled.
"With the young players here also having more experience, especially from playing in the Champions League last season, I think we can say without a problem we can finish in the top three in our group."
Prso also had words of support for manager Paul Le Guen, who has not been able to lead his side to the top of the Scottish Premier League in his first couple of months in Scotland.
"It's not easy to put someone here and expect them to be 100 percent straight away, especially when the football here is quite different," he explained.