CONNOR GOLDSON admits Rangers are heading into a ‘massive summer’ after failing to win any silverware in Steven Gerrard’s first campaign at Ibrox.

The Light Blues saw their faint hopes of the Premiership title ended last weekend as Celtic beat Aberdeen to clinch an eighth successive crown.

That result ensured Gerrard will be left empty-handed this term following their defeats to Aberdeen in the Betfred Cup semi-finals and last eight of the Scottish Cup.

The 38-year-old has already signed up Jordan Jones, Jake Hastie and Steven Davis ahead of his second crack at the Europa League and another shot at domestic silverware.

And defender Goldson is determined to bring success back to Ibrox as quickly as possible as he looks to improve on his own impressive debut campaign at Ibrox.

He said: “We know that, at this club, success is in the DNA.

“Everyone here expects us to win trophies and be successful, so we’ve had a season where we feel as though we have progressed from where we were last year, but at the same time, we haven’t won anything.

“We know players have to be brought in that are quality to bring us up to scratch to winning trophies.

“When you don’t win a trophy at a club like this, I feel as if you have failed. Yes we have progressed and don’t think anyone can you otherwise. Every step we have progressed, but we haven’t won anything.

“I feel this is now a massive summer for the football club to go and get the right players, have a pre-season with all of us and it’ll be a second year for a lot of us.

“It’s big to bring success back. As soon as you sign here, it’s easy to realise what success would mean. You look around the training ground and the numbers are frightening.

“If you don’t buy into it, you won’t be here long. It’s a club that deserves success, it craves it.

“Unfortunately this season, we haven’t been able to do that, but we have two games to finish the season positively and, as I said, show we have come on as a team. Next season, though, we know there are far-bigger tasks we have to achieve.”