GRAEME MURTY has backed his Rangers attack to make the most of their chance to impress against Celtic on Sunday.

The Light Blues head into the Old Firm showdown in fine form after a run of six victories in the Premiership and Scottish Cup.

The 4-1 win over Falkirk at the weekend moved the Gers into the last four of the Cup and set up a Hampden showdown with their Glasgow rivals.

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But it is the top flight showdown with Brendan Rodgers’ side that is at the forefront of Murty’s thoughts at present.

His four-pronged attack of Daniel Candeias, Josh Windass, Jamie Murphy and Alfredo Morelos have hit the goal trail in recent weeks.

And the Ibrox boss is pleased to see his forwards showcasing their talents in the final third as they prepare for their biggest match of the campaign.

He told RangersTV: “I think we have got people, attacking people, that can cause teams problems.

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“You look at the pace and power we now have in those areas and, regardless of our opposition, I think we can cause a threat.

“We know we have to be better without the ball, we know we have to be tighter and more compact.

“But with the ball, we need to go and express ourselves and I think that is something we have done really well recently.

“We have created opportunities, we have people expressing themselves, but we are getting to the sharp end of the pitch looking like scoring goals, where we weren’t necessarily looking like that earlier in the season.

“We have got people that have managed to get goals and we look as though we have got goals coming from different angles now.

“I think that is a good place to be in because we know we will have to be really good in all aspects of the game and if we do get a chance it is really important that we take it.”