Rangers will lock horns with Eintracht Frankfurt in the UEL final in Seville on May 18. Speaking ahead of the competition, Rangers’ Ryan Kent was confident about his team raising the trophy.
“I don’t think anyone going into this season would have expected Rangers to reach the final of this competition,” said Ryan Kent.
“It’s a platform where we can really showcase ourselves under less pressure. All that changes now going into the final.
“Everybody is expecting us to go and win, ourselves included.
“This has been a journey this team has been on for four years since we beat Ufa to get into the competition.
“That journey has been a beautiful struggle, each year we’ve wanted to progress further than the previous year and we’ve managed to do that getting to the final.
“On a personal level it’s something I’ve always strived for in my career, to try and get to the top of European football, and it’s an opportunity I’ll be relishing.
“Without a doubt, it’s the biggest game of our careers, but I don’t think we’ll let the occasion get the better of us.
“We’ll go into the game with the same mindset as we’ve had throughout the competition. We’ve come up against some top-class opposition and nothing changes going into the final.
“Without being naïve we are going in there to win, that’s for sure.”