MICHAEL BEALE admits Rangers' Premiership title triumph hasn't sunk in yet as the champions count down to their crowning moment at Ibrox.

Rangers clinched their first league flag in a decade earlier this month and captain James Tavernier will be presented with the silverware when they host Aberdeen on the final day of the campaign.

Steven Gerrard's side could have already wrapped up a double by that stage as they look to add the Scottish Cup to the title that was won so convincingly this term.

And first team coach Beale is relishing the chance to take stock and celebrate once again as supporters get set to toast title 55 and an achievement that has been so long in the making at Ibrox.

Beale told RangersTV: “I don’t know if it has sunk in just yet. I don’t think the players realise what they have done, I don’t think I do, I don’t think the management team actually realise what we have done.

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“I am really looking forward to May 15 if I am honest and the trophy day. The moment that we won the league, we had the Europa League and we had the Old Firm to focus on.

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“We have had the week apart now, a few days off in terms of the international break to sort of take it in. But I don’t think we have.

“I am still getting an outpouring of fans that you see when you are out with your family or when you are on social media or people messaging you. That hasn’t stopped yet.

“I think it will really sink in the day that Tav picks up the trophy. That is what we all can’t wait to happen on May 15.

“We were obviously looking to see who we would be playing on that day and we now know that will be Aberdeen, which is a good opponent for us to play against considering the rivalry and we will be delighted to pick it up on May 15.”