MATT POLSTER admits seeing Rangers celebrate title 55 'just feels right' after Steven Gerrard's side were crowned Premiership champions at the third time of asking.

The American was part of the Ibrox squad that failed in Gerrard's first two attempts at lifting the silverware as Rangers were left empty-handed and had to witness Celtic clinch a quadruple treble.

Now Polster has watched on from Stateside as Gerrard's side have ended the decade-long wait for a league crown by storming to success this season and to within touching distance of an unbeaten Premiership campaign.

Rangers will be presented with the trophy following their final fixture with Aberdeen this weekend and the New England Revolution star is delighted to know that long-suffering supporters will have a chance to celebrate at last.

Polster told Herald and Times Sport: "I definitely noticed what it meant to the fans for us not to win the title last season and you could see within the team that it was something that they always wanted to achieve. It just feels right now that they have done it.

"I know the staff and the players have put a really good season in and they have finally got it and achieved that goal.

"I am really happy for the whole group of players and staff and they really deserve it.

"I am sure the fans are ecstatic and I am happy for them as well because I think they deserve this more than anybody else.

"I am just happy that they were able to get it done."