PEDRO CAIXINHA insists winning his first trophy as Rangers boss is his only focus this weekend – and not scuppering Celtic’s Treble dreams.

The Portuguese will take charge of his maiden Old Firm fixture at Hampden as he looks to lead the Light Blues into the Scottish Cup final.

While Rangers are determined to end a poor campaign on a high note, their Glasgow rivals are just 90 minutes away from a crack at a domestic clean sweep.

But Caixinha is determined to emerge victorious on derby day and take another step forward as he settles into life at Ibrox.

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He told RangersTV: “Not that much regarding to the Old Firm, I’m more looking forward to winning one major trophy with this club, and if possible on May 27, that’s what I’m looking for.

“For that to be possible you need to pass through this obstacle. It’s the last opponent between you and the final and you need to think like that.

“We are thinking about having one more trophy for the club, I’m not thinking about the opponent.

“We are not thinking about what the opponent has already won this season, we are thinking about ourselves.

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“This club is about winning and winning means to get trophies. We are almost at the end to get one so that’s the only thoughts we need to have on Sunday.

“Derbies are great and especially on those occasions, not only on a regular stage when you get these confrontations, but especially in these stages like semi-finals and finals.

“In Portugal we played with two legs in the semi-finals and we reached semi-finals with Santos Laguna, we reach a lot of finals and we win also some finals.

“So I’m used to it and I love these type of games at these knockout stages when you need to win or win, it is the only option.

“I’m used to it, I’m loving it and it doesn’t have to be a derby or not, these games you are supposed to win and you just need to be prepared to win and get ready to do your job.”