The nominees seeking election as Rangers directors at the forthcoming annual meeting will publish a written Rangers Constitution next week.

Paul Murray, Malcolm Murray, Alex Wilson and Scott Murdoch - want the document to be signed by all future directors and act as a binding commitment to certain values and pledges to ensure the long-term well-being of the club.

The constitution is one of several initiatives that make up the basis of their campaign for election to the board. They are currently backed by Jim McColl, the leading Glasgow businessman, and the institutional shareholders who have stakes in Rangers.

"We intend to publish the Rangers Constitution next week," said Paul Murray. "We want to set out the values and the pledges that we, as nominations, would make if we joined the board. It would be a written commitment that all Rangers directors should sign. We would make it clear that Ibrox is our spiritual home, and that we can never leave Ibrox. We would also put an end to directors having contracts."

Following Thursday night's fans forum with McColl and the nominees, a coalition of Rangers supporters groups has called for the current board to hold a similar question and answer session.