Rangers star Ryan Jack has set his sights on a clean-sweep of trophies next season after ending the club’s 13-year wait to lift the Scottish Cup yesterday.

The Scotland midfielder scored the opener before Scott Wright made it 2-0 and secured a win in a game Rangers had dominated but failed to take their chances.

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With a League winners’ medal last season and a Scottish Cup this term, Jack now wants to bring it all together in all the three domestic trophies next season.

“From day one, we have put in the work to meet the demands of this club,’ said Jack. “We had a massive disappointment on Wednesday night, so to turn it around was incredible.

“It was a bit flat to start with but that was expected. We ground our way into the game and what a way to finish with myself and Scott getting the goals.

“I couldn’t have dreamt it any better than this to come on and get us ahead in the game. I’m so proud of the boys and all the backroom staff. It is for these fans to go and enjoy now.

“We always have to aim higher. In the off-season, we can refresh and go again. Hopefully, we can keep going and come together in every competition next year.”

Rangers have a fantastic platform to build on after Scottish Cup win ends rollercoaster season

Rangers ending the campaign with the Scottish Cup isn’t exactly the finale we were dreaming of this season but the way the Gers players bounced back from the disappointment of losing the Europa League final on Wednesday deserves huge credit.

There’s now a great platform for van Bronckhorst to build from as he prepares for his first pre-season in charge of Rangers this summer.

Bringing the title back next season is an absolute must for Rangers though and it’s good to see players are now aiming to win the lot rather than just making up the numbers.

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