ANDY GORAM believes there is plenty to be positive about as Rangers fans get set to celebrate winning the Third Division this weekend.

The Light Blues will be presented with the SFL3 trophy at the end of their meeting with Berwick at Ibrox on Saturday.

And while the legendary goalkeeper admits it hasn’t been all plain sailing this season he feels there are many reasons to be positive as the campaign draws to a close.

He said: “I think it’ll be fantastic when you see some of the young guys in there who have worked hard all season and this will be their first trophy.

“Playing in front of 50,000 at Ibrox every other week has been a tremendous education for them and it’s great experience for next season.

“The big picture is not too bad if you look at it. We have money in the bank, we’ve won the league by a massive margin and we’ve achieved what we wanted to.

“The adventure carries on now next season. We had 38,000 season tickets this season and I don’t see why it can’t be the same next season.

“Next season the big target again is promotion and for the lads who have got some experience under their belt there is plenty to look forward to.

“Right now there is nothing to worry about, the big picture is fine. It’s a better situation this season than it was last year.

“It was turmoil last season so to get 38,000 season ticket holders was immense and now we’ve won the league and things are more settled.

“We have everything to look forward to. We’re in the Second Division we have a bunch of young lads who have been fantastic and we should be getting a few players in.

“We start again and I don’t see any reason why there wouldn’t be another 38,000 season tickets sold.”

Goram is part of the Rangers squad for next week’s Legends match with Man Utd.

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