RYAN JACK admits the pull of playing in front of a sold-out Ibrox every other week was too good to turn down.
The versatile midfield man, who recently signed for the Gers from Aberdeen, is delighted to see supporters backing the Light Blues in incredible numbers once again, with over 40,000 season tickets already snapped up as the public sale gets underway in earnest.
And, he pointed to that as being a key factor in his decision to swap the Granite City for Glasgow.
Speaking to the media this week, he explained: “To see over 40,000 season tickets sold is exactly the sort of reason I wanted to come to a club like Rangers. Every second week, you have that massive support behind you and I’ve said before, when I played here last season for Aberdeen it’s probably the best atmosphere I’ve experienced as a player.
“To be here and to have that every second week is something that excites me and we are very thankful for the support the fans have shown.”
Jack admits the club’s specific aims for the season ahead have yet to be discussed with the players, but he understands fully the expectations and demands that come with playing for Rangers.
He added: “We have to aim as high as we can. We’ve not really sat down and spoken about our aims and where we really want to go this season as not all the guys have joined up with the squad yet.
“I’m sure when all the lads that have signed and are going to sign come in and we get together the manager will sit us down and we’ll talk through what we want to do this season.
“Individually for me, I want to aim as high as I can and there are three domestic trophies there to be won.”