But that is not to say he is not taking the Ibrox club's involvement in the Ramsdens Cup this season very seriously indeed.
No, the centre-half, who has quickly become a cult figure with Light Blues fans, was delighted when his side reached the final of the competition on Tuesday night.
The French-Tunisian set up the only goal of the game at Ochilview with a long-range cross into the Stenhousemuir penalty box in the second half.
Jon Daly headed home to take his tally for the 2013/14 campaign to 12 in all competitions and calm the nerves of the sizeable travelling support.
The striker's goal set up a showdown with SPFL Championship high-flyers Raith Rovers in April next year.
The competition - which is contested by senior clubs in Scotland outwith the Premiership - is not as prestigious as others Rangers have won in their 141-year history.
Yet, it is the first final that the Gers have been in since dropping down to the bottom tier last season.
And it is also the first final Ally McCoist has led the club to since taking over as manager from Walter Smith two years ago.
McCoist believes victory over Rovers would be important as Rangers continue on "The Journey" back up the divisions.
Despite his lofty ambitions, Mohsni is desperate to win the competition and repay the supporters for their incredible backing.
He said: "Rangers is a massive club with a lot of fans and obviously we want to get back to playing at the very highest level in the future.
"Rangers have played in the Champions League in the past and that is where we should be looking to get back to in the future. I would like to be part of that.
"But we have to concern ourselves with the competitions which we are playing in this season. We have to win the league and try to get promoted again.
"It would also be good to win the cup competitions we are involved in. I am confident we can do well in every tournament we play in.
"We are doing well in the league now and we are feeling confident in every game we go into. We believe we can win any game against any team.
"I think winning a trophy would be a good thing for the team and for the fans as well as we continue to move back up the divisions. It would give us all a lift.
"After everything this club has been through in the last few years, the players here can be part of history by helping Rangers get back up to the top league.
"So anything that we can do to help that, like winning the Ramsdens Cup next April, has to be a good thing and something that we should all be trying hard to achieve."
As well as setting up the only goal of the game, Mohsni was pleased to help Rangers keep a clean sheet for the second game running.
The former Ipswich Town and Southend United player was disappointed that his side let in three goals against Brechin City earlier this month.
But since then they have recorded clean sheets against East Fife at New Bayview and against Stenhousemuir at Ochilview.
Mohsni said: "We had defended very well as a team before the Brechin game and had only let in two goals in the league in eight games.
"So it was just one game. We looked at the match against Brechin on DVD and looked at how we could prevent it happening again.
"I think we just needed to concentrate more. We needed to be fully focused from the start of the game and that is what we have done. Hopefully we can continue to do that."
Nicky Clark, who netted a dramatic late winner in the 4-3 triumph over Brechin, has started in the last two games against East Fife and then at Stenhousemuir.
The 22-year-old forward has not netted in either game as his strike partner Daly has continued his red-hot run of form.
But Mohsni has been impressed with how the former Queen of the South player has performed for Rangers in successive victories and is predicting goals will come soon.
"Nicky is really a very good player," he agreed. "Every time he comes on to the park he looks like he can make a difference. I am sure he will score a lot of goals for us."