Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell is eagerly anticipating winning his very first league title.
The 27-year old has been a key part of the Glasgow club's Scottish League One campaign this season which sees the Ibrox outfit sitting 23 points clear of second-placed Dunfermline Athletic on top of the table.
'Gers host Airdrieonians on Wednesday night and a win would see them clinch the third division premiership much to the delight of the former Kilmarnock gloveman.
"I think this will be my first league medal - I can't remember any others," Bell told the Scotsman on Tuesday.
"The only two I've got are my Youth Cup medal from Kilmarnock and the League Cup one. Tomorrow night's a massive night for me, because to win a league is not easy to do. It's not over a few games, it's over a whole season and to do it in the time we've done it is incredible.
"Obviously we've taken a bit of criticism along the way, but we've done it - and in record time. The boys are looking forward to it. The reason I came and signed for this club was to win medals, and I've got an opportunity to win three medals this season. If you can say that in March I think you're doing pretty well."
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