Ally McCoist has rubbished talk of former Rangers players being asked to return their medals if an SPL investigation into rule breaches ultimately results in titles being stripped.
An independent panel will hear the case against the club having allegedly paid players outside of their contracts without declaring the payments to the league between 2001 and 2010.
Whatever the outcome, McCoist says the thought of retrospective action to change the destination of titles and trophies won will be a pointless task.
Asked if fans and former players would alter their view they had won the titles, McCoist said: "Of course they won't. For my 50th birthday I got all my medals on a big plaque. So if anybody wants to come and take them they are more than welcome.
"You will never take away the medals from the players who earned them thoroughly.
"I think you can even look at the opposition, listen to the opposition. Whether it is whoever Rangers played in cup finals or the league, the players in the opposition are not interested."
With the assets of the club being sold to a new company in the summer, Rangers find themselves in the Third Division and facing a climb back up the leagues to earn a place in the top flight.
McCoist though says the outstanding situation looms large and he wants it resolved promptly.
"The only stumbling block is this scenario," he said. "I just want it totally out of the way so we can officially move forward, realise where we are and get our great club back where it belongs."
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