Rangers midfielder Ross McCrorie believes it would be a “great achievement” for the Gers to beat Kilmarnock on Sunday and end the season with five wins out of five for the first time since the split was introduced to the Scottish Premiership.

The Light Blues are on a run of six consecutive wins going back to the final games before the league split and last weekend’s Old Firm win over Celtic sets the Gers up for a first clean sweep.

MOTHERWELL, SCOTLAND - APRIL 07: Alex Gorrin of Motherwell is challenged by Ross McCrorie of Rangers during the Scottish Ladbrokes Premiership match between Motherwell and Rangers at Fir Park on April 07, 2019 in Motherwell, Scotland.

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McCrorie thinks it would be great for morale to end on a win and admits he is looking forward to next season and seeing the new faces that he will arrive at Ibrox.

“It would be a great achievement for us and we’d want to continue that form into next season. If we can finish on a high it’ll be great for team morale,” McCrorie told Rangers TV.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - DECEMBER 29: Ross McCrorie and Scott Arfield of Rangers celebrates at the final whistle as Rangers beat Celtic 1-0 during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and Celtic at Ibrox Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.

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“The full team want to finish on a high and then come back for preseason ready and raring to go.



“I’m sure that over the summer the gaffer will bring in a few additions and it’ll make the quality in the team even higher, so we’re looking forward to next season.”

The Gers have already added Jake Hastie and Jordan Jones to their ranks for next season with more new faces to follow.

VIENNA, AUSTRIA - DECEMBER 13: Ross McCrorie of Rangers and Veton Berisha of Rapid during the UEFA Europa League match between SK Rapid Wien v Rangers at Weststadion on December 13, 2018 in Vienna, Austria.

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Gerrard’s side has been in fantastic form recently and a win over Kilmarnock would be the perfect way to bring the curtain down on the campaign.

After struggling for consistency all season, the Gers look to have finally got it right so hopefully Gerrard’s side can carry that form into next season.

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