STEWART ROBERTSON insists Rangers will continue to strive for further off-field growth with or without the assistance of the SPFL in the coming years.

The Ibrox managing director has been a vocal critic of the way the game is run at Hampden and he accused the League of underselling Scottish football earlier this year.

Rangers became embroiled in a legal battle with the SPFL over the cinch sponsorship deal at the start of the campaign and remain unhappy with the way the game is governed at the National Stadium.

Five clubs - Aberdeen, Dundee, Dundee United, Hearts and Hibernian - launched a review of the game in September but Robertson is now focused on expanding Rangers' revenue streams regardless of what the Hampden hierarchy do.

"My views are well known on how the game is run," Robertson said at the Rangers AGM on Tuesday morning. "I have made it well known for the last 18 months and beyond. It has not changed any.

"I have been on the SPFL board since July. I get a hard time when I go to the board meetings and speak about this and it should be ‘if you have got any issues deal with it in the board meetings’.

"I think it is important that we keep trying to be the best that we can be. We are trying to do that as a football club and we need the authorities to be the best that we can be to assist us.

"Look at what we have done for the co-efficient over the last four years. And look at the situation we have got ongoing just now, there is the obvious one that I am not going to name in terms of sponsorship.

"I just think things could be done a lot better, more efficiently and with better governance.

"There is the five club review that is going on with Deloitte. I haven’t seen the draft report of that yet, hopefully we will see it shortly, and see if there are ways of increasing the revenues.

"We have taken the view that we will just get on and try and grow our own revenues to the best extent we can with the team that we have got here.

"I think we are doing a good job of that. We are on the cusp of financial sustainability.

"We will look after ourselves and if the other bit comes, then fine. I think we have learned over the last few years just to get the head down, focus on Rangers and make Rangers the best."