Steven Gerrard has vowed to get it right and bring success to Rangers.
A recent collapse in form has left the club trailing Celtic by ten points in the Premiership.
But the defiant Ibrox manager believes there is still plenty to play for in the title race.
He said: “I totally understand the feelings where they’re [the fans] at right now.
“But football changes extremely quickly and I believe that us as a group can make them happy in the short, medium and long term.”
He added: “Under my watch no one will be giving anything up or conceding anything. We will continue to fight.
“We played ourselves into a fantastic position in the first half or the season but over the last three weeks we’ve played ourselves into some complications.
“But I have belief I have the right people with me to improve that and get back involved in that (title race).”
Gerrard criticised his players following Wednesday’s 2-1 defeat to Kilmarnock, but believes honesty in the best policy.
“My way of looking back at what I said is that I always try to be honest,” he said.
“I don’t want to get in a situation where people don’t believe me or it’s not authentic.”