Philippe Clement is confident Neil Warnock's appointment as Aberdeen boss won't make a massive difference to their style ahead of a trip to Ibrox on Tuesday.

The Rangers manager is of course aware of Warnock's experience in the game down south but does not expect a different style from Aberdeen tomorrow night.

But Clement insists his side are ready for whatever happens as he hailed his team's adaptability in recent months.

Warnock will take charge of Aberdeen for the first time at Ibrox - after being appointed interim boss until the end of the season.

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 On Warnock, Clement said: "I know him, of course. He has a long history in football but I haven’t been so much in the island here with other teams in the past so we never met. But he is somebody with a lot of experience.

"I don’t think it will change a lot, I don’t think that Aberdeen will play suddenly in a totally different style. I think the style that they were playing is more the style that he wants to see.

"I don’t see big changes. Whatever happens we are ready for that. That is the good thing, the last couple of months we met a lot of different playing styles and the team knows better and better how to react towards a certain style."