PEDRO CAIXINHA hopes his Rangers players make the most of their chance to experience that winning feeling as he sets his sights on Scottish Cup glory this season.
Rangers haven’t lifted major silverware since Walter Smith’s side beat the Hoops to clinch the League Cup back in 2011.
The Gers beat Celtic in the last four twelve months ago but then went on to lose to Hibernian as they missed out on a winner’s medal.
It has been a poor campaign in the Premiership but boss Caixinha is eager to triumph this weekend to give his side another shot at the silverware next month.
He said: “It’s not only for me. The last time this club won a title was  so that means almost [six] years have passed. Last season the team got to the final but they didn’t get the trophy.
“But this team and this club is always looking for trophies. It’s not about me, it’s about winning for the club.
“Of course, if the club wins, I win and the players win. But I’m not a selfish guy who thinks about myself first.
“I prefer my players to receive the medals and I will be delighted to watch them and to celebrate in the background.
“This game is going to be on Sunday. And the cup game after this one we hope will be on May 27. It's no more than that.
“This game is about getting through the semi-final, reaching the final and having a possibility of fighting for a trophy. No more than that.”