RANGERS have now what Celtic have had for the last three or four years and that is a bit of continuity in the squad.

This summer, it is Celtic that are looking at the bigger overhaul rather than Rangers, who have had to do it season after season for the a while now.

Steven Gerrard, of course, needs new players to strengthen the team and the squad but it won’t be like we saw ahead of this season when he basically ripped it up and started again.

If he can add the quality in the areas that he wants, Rangers won’t be far away. He already has the basis of a good side there and now the board need to back him to get the players that could make all the difference next season.

Rangers have got a good core of a squad and a team in place now and the manager has already added to that by doing deals for Jordan Jones and Jake Hastie. So there will be competition for places in the wider areas and if Rangers could keep hold of Ryan Kent, you can’t write them off.

Some of the signings last summer haven’t worked out, but look at guys like Scott Arfield and the impact he has made this season.

He is a midfielder that is a dying breed in the game in Scotland because he is able to get beyond the striker and score goals coming from the middle of the park.

He has got a good understanding with Jermain Defoe and that partnership worked brilliantly for the second goal. Defoe was so clever with the dummy, and Arfield was alert to it to continue his run into the box.

You don’t get many players that have the quality to do that and it was another big moment in what has been a tremendous season.