STEVEN GERRARD will resist the urge to make 'wholesale' changes to his Rangers side as he targets top spot in Group D on Thursday night.

Rangers make the trip to face Lech Poznan with first place in the section in their sights as they look to finish ahead of Benfica this term.

Gerrard saw his side run out 4-0 winners against Ross County on Sunday and will manage his squad carefully ahead of the crucial Premiership clash with Dundee United next weekend.

Gerrard said: "I need to do the right thing for the squad. So let’s see how we recover from here.

“I’m hoping to have Ryan Jack back and available, I’m hoping Filip Helander will be available again. I’m hoping they will both play some part.

“But it’s a tough situation for me because, yes, of course we want to top the group and it will be important. But at the same time, Dundee United is such a big fixture.

“There won’t be wholesale changes. It won’t be a case of changing eight or nine.

"There will be subtle changes within it. I’ll try and pick a team to get the job done while protecting the big picture as well."