RANGERS managing director Stewart Robertson has revealed that he is confident of delivering new signings at Ibrox within a matter of days.

Wigan Athletic have already accepted a £200,000 offer for Irish defender Rob Kiernan with Danny Wilson, a free agent after leaving Hearts, widely expected to return to the club he left for Liverpool in 2010.

Manager Mark Warburton is also understood to be scouting potential talent at the European Under-21 Championship in the Czech Republic and Robertson, a former director of Motherwell, believes deals will be rubberstamped soon.

"The wheels are already in motion," he stated. "Mark and Davie (Weir) are working hard trying to bring new faces in.

"Hopefully, with a fair wind, we can see some new faces next week."

Robertson left Motherwell earlier this year in the wake of Les Hutchinson's takeover and has insisted that his loyalty has always been with Rangers.

He has been advising Dave King and his board since they ousted the previous board at an EGM in March and is now running the club on a day-to-day basis alongside Andrew Dickson, now director of finance and administration.

"I've been a Rangers fan for all my life, so to get the chance to get involved in the rebuilding of the club is a huge honour and I'm very proud to have been asked to do it," said Robertson.

"It's obviously a big challenge and it's a big role. You ask yourself: 'Are you up to it?'.

"I think I am.

"Having come into the finance department and learned a bit about the club and some of the challenges it faced, I realise there is a really good team of people still working at the club who have been through an awful lot of hard times and heartache over the past three or four years.

"My remit is really to try and sort out the operational side of the club and try and grow the operational side of the club again.

"A lot of staff have been taken out of the business over the last three years.

"We need to get back to being a normal business. We are a football club and that's what it should be all about."