Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has told how Ibrox chiefs have not discussed the ongoing Sports Direct legal battle with him.

The Ibrox side released a statement on the court issues last night.

They revealed they would meet any cash payment requirements in a bid to reassure supporters.

But Gerrard has been kept away from the boardroom to allow him to ready his team to exorcise the Progres Niederkorn demons of 2017.

He said: "It's a situation and topic for the board to deal with and I think they are doing that.

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"I just focus on the football side of things and we've got a huge game tomorrow night that I'm fully focused on."

Gerrard also hailed the Rangers board for their continued support involving transfers and off-field requirements needed to help his players do their jobs on the pitch. 

But asked if the court case may have an affect on budgets, the ex-Liverpool star replied: "I haven't had that conversation with the chairman or the board, I don't know if that conversation will come.

"It's not for me to focus on right now.

"I've had a good strong backing from the board again so far so I've got no complaints."