GOALKEEPER Wes Foderingham insists coming to work is a joy at the moment given the camaraderie among the Rangers squad.
The Light Blues are in fine form and hold a 14 point gap at the top of the Championship table, are in the Petrofac Cup final and have a Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic to look forward to.
And all that is contributing to a great atmosphere in and around the Rangers first team squad at the moment according to Foderingham.
He explained: “There is a real feelgood factor around the place at the minute. We are a real tight bunch anyway, and the atmosphere in the dressing room is fantastic at the minute, so we are trying to follow on from where we left off in recent weeks and keep the wins and good performances coming.
“Winning breeds confidence, and while the results remain positive, that’s going to help. If there is the odd result that isn’t too great, we are very good at getting back on the horse again and getting back to winning ways.
“The dressing room is a great place to be at the moment and you can see that in our performances.”
Next up for Rangers is Falkirk away on Friday night, with the Bairns being the last team to defeat Rangers in the Championship.
Since then, Mark Warburton’s side have won 10 and drawn one of their Championship fixtures, and a win in the Forth Valley will see them require a maximum of three more victories to lift the title.
Foderingham expects nothing other than a very tough encounter however.
He added: “Falkirk are a very good side both defensively and in an attacking sense. They are solid, they know their game plan and they are good at implementing it, and you can see that from the games we have played against them.
“It will be a good test for us on Friday, but if we go about our job as we have done in recent weeks I don’t think we will have any problems.
“When we last played them there we were going through a bit of an iffy spell and we lost our way for a week or two, but since then we have done fantastically well.
“The confidence is high and I’m sure if we do our job and play our game we won’t have too many problems.”