Commercial and marketing director James Bisgrove says Rangers stand "absolutely ready" to welcome fans back to Ibrox as soon as possible.
It's been over a year since supporters have been allowed in Scottish stadiums, save for limited test events at the beginning of this season.
That's seen Ibrox remain empty as Steven Gerrard 's side romped to the Premiership title, much to the frustration of supporters.
In a webinar with sporting director Ross Wilson though the commercial director assured everything is in place for fans to return as soon as it's allowed.
Bisgrove said: "It feels like there's finally light at the end of the tunnel now.
"It's been a long year for many, many reasons but getting supporters back into the stadiums is 100 per cent our emphasis now for the start of next season - perhaps even the pre-season programme.
"We've been encouraged by some of the developments we've seen here in the UK, we've seen test events have been confirmed for the FA Cup semi-final in England, the FA Cup final, the Carabao Cup final.
"So even in April and May there's progress there.
"The CEO of the FA Mark Bullingham, someone I worked with in my previous role, has come out on record to say that his aspiration is that by the end of the Euros Wembley will be a full stadium, clearly with vaccine certificates and testing.
"So we're really encouraged by what we're hearing, we at Rangers are absolutely ready. We've put a lot of investment into our processes, into making sure we're ready in terms of the protocols.
"We've got a Covid officer, Robin Howe, who leads all of that at the club and we're hopeful in terms of what we're seeing here in Scotland in terms of the Euros and having some supporters in for the Scotland games at Hampden.
"We are absolutely ready, and the moment we can welcome supporters back into the stadium you can guarantee that everyone at Rangers will be ready to do so."
Bisgrove also revealed that the new home shirt is scheduled to be released in June, with the away kit to follow in July.