GOALKEEPER Jenna Fife says the ambition of Rangers attracted her to make the move to the club ahead of the 2020 season.
The 24-year-old put pen to paper on a two-year deal this week to become the latest signing to join the new-look Rangers Women’s squad.
The Scotland internationalist is hoping she can play her part in helping the Gers challenge for silverware in Scottish women’s football.
Speaking to RangersTV after joining from Hibs, she said: “I am delighted, obviously it is such a big club and they have got such big ambitions.
“They have put so much money into the girls and women’s game recently and I think it is brilliant. I think this club is going to be successful this season.
“The ambitions of the club are massive, obviously the full-time football is so appealing, I think the team are going to be brilliant this season and I am just really excited to get started.”
“I am hoping I can guide them to success along with other players, that is obviously the main objective.
“We are looking to push at the top of the league next season and I think we can do that.
“We are obviously looking to be in cup finals and hopefully win some silverware so to be able to guide the team to success would be brilliant.”
“There’s no getting away from the fact that Rangers are a massive club in Scotland especially in the Men’s game but I think we can make a legacy in the Women’s game as well.”
Fife brings a wealth of experience to the squad, having lifted silverware and featured in the Champions League while at Hibs, as well playing for Scotland Women.
She hopes she can now use that experience to help push Rangers to success, she explained: “I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t think this club was going to be successful and I really believe we can push for titles, we can push for silverware next season and seasons beyond that.
“I think it takes resilience, hard-work and I think you need to believe you can do it and I think we will do that with the squad we are going to have.
“Champions League games and Cup finals, they are the games you want to be playing in and I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t think that I could achieve that at Rangers.
“I have got quite a few Champions League games under my belt, a few international caps and Cup finals so I am hoping I can bring some experience from that into this squad.”