7:57:44 PMMcCulloch sets sights on treble
Rangers midfielder Lee McCulloch insists his side still have enough energy left to complete the treble.
The club's hopes of a quadruple ended with defeat by Zenit St Petersburg on Wednesday in the Uefa Cup final.
But four games in seven days, starting at Motherwell on Saturday, will decide if the Gers can add the SPL and Scottish Cup to their CIS Cup win.
Asked if Rangers can succeed despite their hectic schedule, McCulloch replied with an emphatic "definitely".
He said: "We have people who have been out injured coming back and we have a big squad. Saturday is the big game - if we win it puts us in a great position.
"We won't be feeling sorry for ourselves. We have done well in getting to the final but the main thing is that there are still two medals to play for and we won't let it affect us.
"It would be brilliant to win the treble - that was the first thing everyone said when we got into the dressing room on Wednesday."
Rangers have three away games left in the SPL, at Fir Park this weekend then at St Mirren on Monday and at Aberdeen on 22 May as they bid to wrest the title from Celtic's grasp.
Then follows the Scottish Cup final against First Division Queen of the South on 24 May.
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