RANGERS have boasted of their Old Firm 'demolition' on Sunday as they revealed season ticket renewals have surpassed the 20,000 mark ahead of the new campaign.

Steven Gerrard's side recorded their fourth derby win of the season at Ibrox as Kemar Roofe netted twice and Alfredo Morelos and Jermain Defoe were also on target in a comfortable 4-1 victory.

The champions are now just two fixtures - against Livingston and Aberdeen - away from recording an unbeaten Premiership term in the season that a historic 55th title was won.

Rangers are preparing for their return to the Champions League next season and Gerrard is eager to bolster his ranks for their top flight title defence in his fourth year at Ibrox.

The club have now confirmed updated season ticket renewal figures ahead of the deadline later this month and a statement on the Rangers website read: "Incredibly, just 10 days on from their launch, renewals of Rangers season-tickets for 2021/22 have already smashed through the 20,000 mark.

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"It is a simply phenomenal show of loyalty from supporters recognised the world over for the backing they have given the club through a tumultuous 10 years.

"That is now firmly at an end with title number 55 having been delivered, and Sunday’s demolition of the other half of the Old Firm was a real demonstration of everything this Rangers team is about.

"Flair and imagination are there in spades, but so too are those classic Ibrox qualities of grit and determination – all aspects which will be needed again next season as Steven Gerrard looks to defend the league championship and lead Rangers back into the UEFA Champions League for the first time in 11 years.

"With the product on the park as it is at the moment, and optimism growing a significant number of supporters will be allowed back to Ibrox from the start of next season, there have been fewer more exciting times in the 150-year history of this great football club."