It's all about the Rangers for Kemar Roofe.

But the striker admits he has allowed himself to think about nicking the Scottish Premiership title away from rivals Celtic this season. The Light Blues are 11 points ahead of Celts, who have two games in hand, but are in the midst of their worst run of form in recent history with just two wins from 11.

An age-old cliché in football is that top clubs only think about themselves and not what anyone else is up to. But Roofe gave an honest assessment when discussing Gers' title push and stopping Celtic lifting an historic tenth Premiership in a row. "I would be lying if we don’t think about those sorts of things," the ex-Leeds Utd star said when asked if Gers think about stopping Celtic on talkSPORT.

"We are playing this season, we are training so hard this season, it’s because we want to win silverware, we want to win the league and we want to win the cups, and that’s a natural thing that all players want to do. But it is all about Rangers. If we just keep doing what we have done so far, then we have got a good chance."

Meanwhile Gers boss Steven Gerrard provided a Ryan Jack injury update and listed Roofe as the club's bar-setter in terms of their fitness levels.

He said: "Jack is unlikely to be available for the weekend, everyone else should be fine, a few minor knocks but should all make it.

"We have done ever so well from the first day in Europe," he went on after last night's 3-2 win. "It is an achievement that the staff & players are very proud of. You are never out of sight at this level and games are tough for the full 90 minutes and max out physically and mentally. It hasn't been easy for sure.

"I have to pay credit to the fitness and sports science team, we are hitting top numbers. Everyone is hitting impressive numbers but Roofe is raising the bar at the moment."