STEVEN Gerrard says fans could see some changes in his Rangers squad in the coming days but it is dependent on business south of the border.
While the Gers boss admits to being happy with his bolstered squad for the new campaign he would like to add some “final touches”.
England’s transfer window closes at 5pm on Thursday, just a few hours before the Light Blues take on Danes FC Midtjylland in the third qualifying round of the Europa League.
Rangers won in last gasp style on Sunday in the league to send them overseas in good spirits.
Speaking to the media in Denmark Gerrard said: “We are still trying to shape the squad to have it complete, but I think we are very close.
“The coming days could be big and important with the window in England, so we will see what happens over the next couple of days.
“I think we are really close to where we want to be, but I would still like to see improvement in certain areas.
“I am content where I am sitting at now and I have confidence and belief in the squad we have got at the moment, but I would like to put the final touches to it as well.
“It (winning) always helps. If I put myself back in the dressing room after Kilmarnock, it is a very happy dressing room.
“We have been on the end of games where you can only get a draw or you come away on the wrong end of one, so it is not a nice place to be.
“I saw a happy dressing room. it was a big three points and it was a fantastic way to start the season. Sometimes it’s not about the style or how it looks on the eye, it’s about getting over the line and getting the three points.
“We’ve done that. This will be a different challenge and a different game. We have prepared well for it and we are ready to go.”
One of Gerrard’s summer signings, Jordan Jones, joined his manager at the pre-match media conference in the MCH Arena and said European football was a big draw to joining Rangers.
The 24-year-old said: “Every Europa League game is going to be a big stage to play on.
“I think every player in the squad is desperate to play and the squad is very big and very strong, so whoever gets the opportunity tomorrow has to go and take it.
“It’s a big plus that we have the chance to play in Europe. Now I am here, it’s time to go and do it and deliver the results that we need.
“I think my experience with Northern Ireland helps. I have played quite a few away games for them now and I know, not fully what to expect, but understand what’s there. I think it can definitely help.
“Defending is just as important as attacking in away games. Obviously the aim is to keep a clean sheet which is really important for us tomorrow.”