GRAHAM WALLACE insists Rangers are making 'good progress' on the road to recovery and are putting the foundations in place for a period of 'long-term success and financial stability'.
The Light Blues yesterday unveiled season ticket prices for the 2014/15 campaign that will see Ally McCoist's side bid to complete their return to the top flight by landing the Championship crown at the first time of asking.
While the Gers have claimed back-to-back league titles, the financial picture at Ibrox is still uncertain, with Wallace set to complete his 120-day review by the middle of the month.
The Ibrox chief executive said: "We've come a long way already and we are pleased to be able to say that Rangers Football Club's progress back to the top of Scottish football continues.
"Securing the SPFL League One title in record time, reaching the final of the Ramsdens Cup and competing in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup against Dundee United this weekend demonstrates this continued progress as we work to re-establish Rangers at the top level.
"Off the pitch, we are making good progress in repositioning the club and business to be capable once again of supporting our challenge at the top level of domestic and European competition.
"The journey, however, would not have been possible without the unwavering support of the Rangers fans.
"People talk about players having to earn their jersey, especially at Rangers. Well every season ticket holder at Ibrox has certainly earned their seat.
"Another exciting chapter in the history of this extraordinary club is about to begin.
"With the continued support of the Rangers community together with a strong sustainable business plan, we are putting in place the foundations for a future period of long-term success and financial stability."