Kemar Roofe has sounded a warning to the rest of Scottish football that Rangers are just getting started on the trophy trail.

Roofe grabbed two goals, taking his haul for the season to 18, as Steven Gerrard’s side smashed Aberdeen 4-0 on Saturday before collecting the Premiership trophy, sparking wild celebrations inside and outside Ibrox.

And the Englishman insisted going unbeaten throughout the league campaign will make this Rangers team remembered forever – and having won their first major honour in 10 years, they have no intention of stopping there.

Roofe said: “It was nice to get two goals on the last day and be Invincible. That’s the main thing – to go home and be remembered forever now as an Invincible.

“Not many people have done it, so that’s amazing. The key was our togetherness and our commitment. That’s the recipe for our success this season.

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“The gaffer says it all the time – it’s just the start of the journey. Next season we want more and we’ll keep building on it. But this is a good start.

“We’ve got a group of players and the staff and the Board to keep driving. We are not going to stand still at all.”

The striker was backed by first-team coach Michael Beale, who is adamant that Rangers can be the dominant force for years to come.

Speaking to Rangers TV, Beale said: “We’re quite a harsh staff. We’re on the boys every single day in terms of standards but this year they’ve gone above and beyond.

“To play 56 games and to only lose three. To be unbeaten in the league and to win 19 out of 19 at home is an amazing feeling.

“They’ve given themselves a legacy. They’ll be remembered.

“A lot of teams win championships around the world but this team will be remembered because it’s the start of the journey.

“Ally (McCoist) starting it off and us following it to win this championship is massive for everybody. The fans mostly.

“But for the people inside, the shackles are off now and we can go on to dominate.

“But mostly this is for the fans. I’ve been speaking to them a lot this week and some of them have lost loved ones over this period and their kids have not seen Rangers win, so it’s for all those people.

“It’s just the start. We like this feeling and we’re going to make sure we win more and more and more.”