Celik backing Rangers for fourth straight title

Rangers new boy Mervan Celik has only been at the club for a minute but feels that the squad is good enough to win a fourth successive Scottish Premier League title.

Rangers new boy Mervan Celik has only been at the club for a minute but feels that the squad is good enough to win a fourth successive Scottish Premier League title.

The Swedish youngster made his debut in the 4-0 home win over Hibernian on Saturday, coming on for the final 25 or so minutes, to help ‘Gers go within a point of rivals Celtic.

Celik now feels that Rangers can kick on and get the results required to clinch another Premiership from the Hoops.

“I will help Rangers win games and I will get goals. I don’t have a target of how many – we will see about that,” he said.

“It was very important for us to win this game and I hope it puts the pressure on Celtic with us now just one point behind.

“We have a squad that is capable of challenging Celtic. We are a good team and there are many games left so I believe we can catch them.”

 
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