Rangers manager Graeme Murty will meet with Dave King tonight to discuss the chairman's future vision for the club, and his own place in it.

Murty and King will have dinner as they touch base on the job Murty is doing at the club, and how King can support the Ibrox boss in his endeavours until the end of the season at least.

When asked what will be on the agenda for the meeting, Murty said: "A lovely dinner. Probably a nice glass of win.

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Now, Gers fans are being asked to play their part once again. This time, the impact could be even more significant but, like on previous occasions, they must make the most of the chance that has presented itself.

"He’s going to tell me his vision for the club, how he sees us going forward. And I’m interested to see it.

"I know where we want to go. I’m interested to see if we have a time scale, interested to see what – if any – business dealings will be done.

"I’m probably even interested in what kit we’re going to be wearing next year. The same things all the fans are interested in.

"It will be a good opportunity for us, away from the hurly-burly of the game, to actually sit down and really get to know each other."

Murty revealed that more business could be done at Ibrox in the coming days in both directions as he looks to shape his squad for the conclusion to the season, and with interest from England in players such as Josh Windass and James Tavernier.

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"You never know," he said. "There will possibly be movement both ways but you never know. We have to be fluid enough to react to any situations. Because I know people are looking at our players. People want our players.

"That’s a good situation for us to be in, because it means we’re doing something right at the football club.

"People are coming and looking at our players, wanting to take them an enhance their own squads. I think that’s fantastic for us.

"But we have to make sure we safeguard the club, first and foremost."