GIOVANNI VAN BRONCKHORST is thrilled Allan McGregor will have the chance to make amends for his Manchester heartache when he lines up in Seville.

The keeper missed the UEFA Cup final in 2008 after suffering an injury late in the campaign but he will be between the sticks against Eintracht Frankfurt next Wednesday.

The Europa League showpiece could prove to be McGregor's last outing for Van Bronckhorst's side and there would be no better way to bow out than by lifting the silverware in Spain.

"I spoke to Allan about it this week," Van Bronckhorst said when asked about McGregor missing out in Manchester and whether Seville could be his final match for Rangers. "He missed the final in 2008 but he has another chance to play a final in Europe next week.

"I’m really happy about that because he is a very experienced player. You always need a good balance and mix between experience and talents. I think we have that at the moment.

"We are sitting down with all the experienced players after the season. I think it’s important for them to concentrate on the final week and then we’ll see what happens."

The presence of McGregor will be a significant benefit to boss Van Bronckhorst as he looks to guide a decimated squad to Europa League glory.

The likes of injured trio Filip Helander, Ianis Hagi and Alfredo Morelos have missed huge occasions in recent weeks but the whole squad will have a role to play in the preparations.

Van Bronckhorst said: "Of course we have players who cannot play in the Europa League or players that are injured but, in the end, we are all together in the building.

"Morelos just came back this week from Colombia so he is here as well to support everyone in this club. They have a very important influence on the team.

"There are eleven players on the pitch and players will come in but eventually we are there with everyone.

"We will take everyone with us to be together and experience this beautiful occasion as a group. We do everything to come back to Glasgow with the cup."