LEE WALLACE reckons Rangers’ players will have no trouble in quickly setting their sights on tomorrow’s game with Morton.

It’s been a fabulous week for everyone at the club following last Saturday’s 4-0 demolition of Dundee and Sunday’s drawing of Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final.

But despite the high the players are on, they face a tough challenge from the Greenock club at Ibrox tomorrow evening.

Wallace said: “We have a really focused group through there and they are extremely professional and understand how we work and how the Manager and Davie work.

“That’s not going to change. We are, of course, aware of the magnitude of the game against Celtic – it’s an outstanding game and one of the biggest derbies in World football.

“It’s a game every footballer wants to be involved in, and that group of players wants to be involved in these types of games.

“As we always stress though from the manager down, the next day’s focus will be the training for that day and then the next game, as well as how we are going to prepare and how we are going to recover for that particular game.”

Last time Morton visited Ibrox they escaped with a 2-2 draw, but Wallace knows if Rangers perform to the best of their abilities they should earn another three points in the chase for the Championship flag.

He added: “They are a tough opponent and they are hungry for that last play-off position. Jim Duffy has done really, really well there, and he has put together a very competitive squad having come up from the division below.

“We know, on our day, like Saturday and the majority of this season, when we arrive and perform the best we can we will be in good shape.

“That consistency has definitely been there, and on Saturday we hit new levels. We know in the run-in the games will be coming thick and fast, and we’ll just be chalking them off as they come.”

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