Defender Connor Goldson has said that Rangers need to keep 'playing with a high tempo' to maximise their chances of reaching the Europa League group stages.
Rangers have come through three ties to set up a two-legged showdown with Russian outfit FC Ufa, with the winners progressing through to the main stages of the competition.
The first leg takes place at Ibrox on Thursday night, and Goldson wants his side to keep performing at a fast pace in front of their own supporters.
The 25-year-old is quoted by the club's official website as saying: "We are playing at such a high tempo at home that it is hard for teams to come here and match us – we just need to carry on.
"It has been good in the Europa League and we have done well so far in the game we have played. We have one more tough tie to play and then hopefully if we do well and play the way we have we can get into the group stages."
Goldson has made eight appearances in all competitions since moving north of the border from Brighton & Hove Albion.