SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster admits he is "very pleased" following the result of today's EGM on Rangers' call for further investigation into the SPFL.

The resolution, which was initially proposed by Rangers, drew 13 of the 32 votes needed to pass. There were 27 votes against and two clubs abstained.

The Light Blues had joined with Hearts and Stranraer to force a general meeting on the back of a controversial and drawn-out vote which ended the lower-league season last month and handed the SPFL board the power to do likewise for the Ladbrokes Premiership.

The Ibrox club had claimed that Doncaster has "breached his duties" during the voting process.

Speaking after today's result, Doncaster said: “It was a good meeting, there was some good exchanges of views, but ultimately the clubs have spoken.

“They have given a very clear indication that they do not want to see this independent review that was being sought by three clubs.

“My view is very clear that the board should devote all of our time and our attention to the crucial work of getting the game back up and running in Scotland as soon as we can and as safe as we can.

“I am very pleased with the result and the work starts now. It was a very respectful exchange of views and you would expect that.

“I think statements can often be misconstrued, but there was a good exchange, we had all 42 clubs represented in the meeting and ultimately the clubs have given a very clear indication that they see the way forward with being engaging with the Scottish Government, getting games up and running as soon as it is safely possible and that is what we will be doing immediately.”