Ally McCoist has met with Brian Kennedy and Paul Murray, two of those interested in buying Rangers, and claims he would happily work with either.
Sale Sharks owner Kennedy and former Ibrox director Murray, who is now involved with the Blue Knights consortium, are the only confirmed bidders looking to complete a takeover of the financially-troubled Glasgow giants.
An American consortium and an unidentified party are also in the running, but are considered to be outsiders at this stage.
Rangers' administrators Duff and Phelps have worked hard to get offers on the table and they are keen for the acquisition process to be completed as quickly as possible.
They are, however, keen for the likes of McCoist to be fully involved in the talks and the Gers boss says he has no issue with either of those he has held discussions with so far.
He said: "I had a couple of meetings this week. I met again with Brian Kennedy earlier in the week and I met again with Paul Murray.
"Both of those gentlemen are very interested and have bids in to purchase the club and the meetings I had with both were extremely positive and very beneficial.
"From a supporter's point of view - if I can put my supporter's hat on - I would have to say that I've been very impressed by both gentlemen.
"Certainly I would not have any problems at all with either of the gentlemen taking over."
Asked if he believed the situation was now reaching an end game, McCoist added: "I'm very, very hopeful that's the case.
"I don't have a crystal ball and I can't predict but I'm very hopeful it's going to come to a positive outcome."
The Court of Session in Edinburgh is set to make a ruling on Friday afternoon on the validity of the Ticketus deal which saw owner Craig Whyte sell future season tickets to the firm for £24million last year and that decision is set to impact on the bidding process.
McCoist said: "It will have a big bearing I would imagine.
"We will have a better idea how we are all placed after this ruling. I imagine there will probably be a statement made after that ruling by the administrators.
"I can't say 100 per cent but I would imagine we would get a reaction to the ruling later this afternoon."