RYAN JACK hopes Rangers can bring back the big European nights to Ibrox as they get set to embark on another continental campaign.

The midfielder is one of five new recruits that boss Pedro Caixinha has brought on board so far this summer ahead of the Light Blues’ return to the Europa League.

Rangers will discover their first round opponents on Monday and will also find out who will lie in wait for the second of what could be four qualifying rounds.

Jack has lost out to the likes of Kairat Almaty and Maribor in recent years as Aberdeen fell short in their bid to reach the group stages.

Rangers have had just a couple of weeks off this summer but the midfielder is relishing the chance to get back in action and play his part for Caixinha’s side.

Jack said: “The guys are all professionals. They will know the games are going to come thick and fast.

“You have got to be ready. It doesn’t matter who you play.

“You could be playing someone that you have never even heard of before. I have had that with Aberdeen in the past.

“They are still tricky ties and tough teams and difficult places you have to go. It is not like we are going to going away to a stadium like Ibrox and playing in front of 50,000 with a great atmosphere.

“It could be like playing in front of 2,000. I have had that with Aberdeen before in the past.

“We are going to train hard and put a lot of work in on the training ground and I am sure the manager will make sure we are ready for when the first Europa League qualifier comes.

“With Aberdeen last season, when we got the Maribor tie we really felt we had a right good chance. But obviously the circumstances over in the away leg weren’t great, the way we went out.

“When I had the chance to come to Rangers, the European side of it was a massive factor.

“I’ve played in great ties against the likes of Real Sociedad or even Groningen, so it’s a great chance to get big European nights back to Ibrox.”