STEVEN GERRARD will demand a Europa League focus when Rangers return to Premiership action against Motherwell.

The Light Blues were 4-0 winners over Willem II in midweek as they booked their place in the play-off round against Galatasaray.

Now they will face a Steelmen side that lost their third qualifying round clash to Hapoel Be'er Sheva on the same night.

Rangers dropped two points on their last league outing away to Hibernian and Gerrard knows they will be in for a tough task against Stephen Robinson's side.

He said: "We’re looking for focus, similar to what we showed on Thursday.

"We have always had a difficult challenge down at Motherwell, Stephen has his team fired up.

"They are a big team in terms of profile and they will come and give us a right physical challenge.

"It’s a game we are looking forward to but we have to be right from a mental point of view, make sure we recover well.

"It’s good for us that Motherwell have had a similar week in terms of what they have had to put into their week with the travel and it seems like they have had a tough game.

"It’s Even Stevens if you like from the kick-off, there are certainly no excuses from where we are.

"We have to be prepared to put in a good performance because we have to try to take maximum points."