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Mark Warburton certainly has high hopes for Rangers – insisting his job won’t be done until they reach the Champions League final.
It was a joke from the Ibrox boss as he faced questions from the media ahead of his side’s Ladbrokes Scottish Championship clash with Dumbarton tomorrow night.
Rangers secured their place in the Petrofac Training Cup final with the 4-0 victory over St Mirren at the weekend.
It was a confident display from the Gers and ensures fans can continue to dream about their team lifting three trophies by the end of the season.
As for Warburton, he’s dreaming of a bigger title before he can call time on his spell as Rangers boss.
Asked when he would see his job done at the club, the former Brentford manager had a brilliant response:
MW asked when he would consider his job at Rangers done, jokes: “Champions League final. You have to aim high don’t you.”
— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) November 30, 2015
It was a joke from Warburton, but one which Rangers fans should read into a little.
He’s only been in the door a matter of months, but the Englishman speaks like he will be boss of the club for a long time and, with the team sitting top of the Championship and playing entertaining football on a regular basis, that must be music to the ears of the Ibrox faithful.