CHARLES GREEN paid tribute to the Rangers support after a 38,160 crowd turned up at Ibrox for last night's 4-0 win over East Fife.
The CEO was stunned by the amazing response of the fans and now he wants them to be part of the future by taking part in a forthcoming share issue, of which details will be announced next week.
"It was a fantastic experience for me to see a crowd of that magnitude and it was very uplifting," he said.
"I have been speaking to fans at the ticket office and I would like to thank everyone who came to the game and all of those who have been renewing their season tickets.
"I'm embarrassed to say that we have been overwhelmed by the response and the ticket office is creaking a bit but we had to sell East Fife tickets as well as season tickets.
"We've now extended the deadline to the end of the week so that should help things but it's a nice problem to have. It was a magnificent crowd especially when you compare it to other crowds in England.
"We had stockbrokers at the game and I'm sure they were impressed by what they saw. We hope to come out next week with more details.
"It's the beginning of a journey. The dark days are behind us. I'm sure there will be some hurdles ahead of us but together we can do remarkable things."
Green also insisted he is more than happy to help Ally McCoist build his squad after Fran Sandaza, Kevin Kyle and Emilson Cribari all joined up yesterday, with talks still on-going with Craig Beattie.
He said: "We have lost so many players. People have to realise that we have to sign players for two seasons because of the transfer ban because it will be January 2014 before we can sign any more.
"Some of them are not fit yet like Sandaza but credit to the guy because he wanted to be involved. I think he will be a very good player for us."
Meanwhile, Rangers will not be seeded in tomorrow's League Cup second round draw which takes place at Hampden, meaning they could face one of seven SPL teams out with Celtic, Motherwell, Hearts, Dundee United and St Johnstone.