WES Foderingham admits his final game of the season at Ibrox is light years away from his last home game for Swindon Town last year.
The keeper made the move from the English League One club in the summer and says he has enjoyed every minute of the step-up that playing for Rangers has involved.
The 25-year-old has been an ever-present this season, starting 47 games to date and has epitomised Mark Warburton’s style of football.
The goalkeeper said: “Obviously we would have liked to win the game but you can see how much it means to the fans and it is a special moment as well.
“The first goal was to get up and win the division and we managed to do that and we’re in the Scottish Cup Final now too, so we need to concentrate and try and win that as well.
“It’s a bit different to my final game at Swindon last season! I think there was about 8000 at the game.
“But this is just brilliant; I have come to a big club now and playing in front of 50,000 Rangers fans is massive.”
Gedion Zelalem will return to North London after Gers Scottish Cup Final, when his loan expires, but the 19-year-old has benefited from his first full season as a senior pro.
The Arsenal youngster said:
“We were expected to win the league and we have done that, and in good style too, we have played some good football and we look forward to Tuesday now.”