ROSS MCCRORIE hopes Rangers can finish with a flourish against Kilmarnock and record a seventh consecutive Premiership win.

The Light Blues have been in fine form in recent weeks and the Old Firm victory over Celtic saw them continue their impressive run.

Goals from James Tavernier and Scott Arfield were enough for Steven Gerrard's side and just 90 minutes remain of the 38-year-old's first campaign as boss.

McCrorie has been a key part of the Gers squad once again this term and is gearing up for one final push at Rugby Park on Sunday.

He told RangersTV: “It would be a great achievement for us and we’d want to continue that form in to next season. If we can finish on a high it’ll be great for team morale.

“The full team want to finish on a high and then come back for pre-season 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.

“We’re obviously disappointed with the end of this season here, so we’ll look to rectify that at the start of next season.

“The fans have been outstanding all season, the backing that they have given us has been tremendous and you can see that the ticket sales have been soaring all season.

“I think that the season tickets are up for renewal on Monday and we can just hope that the fans come back in their numbers again. We need the fans and they’ve been tremendous this season.

"It was great to have the families and the kids out to soak up the atmosphere, it really was a great day.”