Treble chasing Gers want to win every trophy and make impact in Europe

Rangers are looking to take another step towards a domestic treble when the meet Celtic at Hampden.

Rangers manager Jo Potter says her side are hungry to win every trophy available to them this season as they look to take another step towards a potential treble at Hampden this weekend.

Old Firm rivals Celtic stand between the Ibrox side and a place in the final of the Women’s Scottish Cup as the sides prepare to meet on Saturday.

The Hoops also lead the way in the SWPL and have a two-point advantage over Potter’s side in the run in for the title.

However Rangers have already defeated their city neighbours in a semi-final this season when they met in the League Cup and Potter is hoping for some of the same on Saturday afternoon.

In four games between the pair this season Rangers have won two, lost one and drawn one as they fight it out on all fronts.

Speaking to media on Thursday the Rangers boss said: “These contests have always been close and they’ve always been exciting games. If you look at the last semi-final it’s probably one of the best games that have been played this season.

“So we are hoping this will be another good game for the neutral but an even better game for our end.

“We’ve got to take the positives from every time we have played them, but especially that one because I thought we were super dominant so we have to remember those moments, remember how it feels and try to replicate it on Saturday.”

Potter took charge of Rangers in the summer and has been impressed by the progress so far as they chase a domestic treble.

She said: “I really wanted to build something this year and we have made a real emphasis on working towards something and we won’t change for who we are playing.

“I think that mentality has really worked with the players in terms of their consistency

“They know that we want to win this league, we want to win every single trophy that we go into, but we also want to be dominant in Europe as well.

“We want to make sure that we are qualifying for Champions League year-in, year-out, not one year then not the next. We want to be consistently good.

“So we need to look towards that and we need to aim high and we need to make sure that we deliver every week to do that.

“We have been very good. I have been surprised by how consistent we have been.

“You are always going to have dips but we have to deal with that and make sure we get over it very quickly.

“We will never be perfect, I don’t expect anyone to be perfect. The staff and players are certainly not but we always want better.”

The winner of Saturday’s clash will play the winner of Sunday’s Hearts vs Spartans game in the final.

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