Rangers boss Steven Gerrard hailed his invincible champions - and warned suitors they'll need an ARMY to prise them away.

The Ibrox gaffer celebrated the club's 55th title in style yesterday with his players after their 4-0 demolition of Aberdeen.

It capped an incredible season for Gerrard's men who finished the campaign on 102 points, 25 clear of Celtic at the top of the Premiership table.

The completed an unbeaten league campaign, racking up 32 wins and 26 clean sheets along the way.

A Kemar Roofe double, a Jermain Defoe strike and Joe Lewis's OG topped off the season.

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Afterwards, Rangers boss Gerrard warned their rivals that he's ready to achieve more at Ibrox - and wants to keep his top stars at the club.

He said: “Some of the numbers the players have posted this season have been really impressive.

“But when the dust settles we’ll hit reset to go again. The stats will probably go against us because they’ll add pressure.

“The expectation will go up but that’s what happens at a club like this.

“It’s special for all of us because we all worked ever so hard for it.

“The players deserve all the plaudits for it, they just needed the guidance.

Steven Gerrard, Manager of Rangers kisses the Scottish Premiership trophy
Steven Gerrard, Manager of Rangers kisses the Scottish Premiership trophy

"And as a staff we have given them a way of playing and an environment and culture to grow and express themselves.

“To go unbeaten, I think it's happened four times, but only twice in a 38-game season. The other two were 18-game leagues.

“Listen it's a special achievement. It's very rare and that's the reason why I'm so proud of the players, because they haven't come off the gas from a league point of view.

“The consistency levels have been impressive.

“Sometimes these moments pass you by when you're younger.

“But I won't let another one of these moments ever pass me by again.

"It feels really good and I want more of it. I'm as hungry as anyone.

"It's in my DNA to go on and fight for more. That's what I've tried to instil in my players since day one.

"It's about getting their mentality into the right place to win and I believe I can do that.

"This is right up there in my career, because I love winning.

"That is my drive, that is my buzz, that is what I get out of bed for in the morning.

"My family will always be number one in my life, football will be number two.

"But I have still got drive and hunger to achieve more.

"I will continue to sacrifice and grow and learn and push myself and the group to achieve success. That is my draw, my buzz.

“I've had some really interesting meetings with the board and they're with me. They'll back me.

“We'll go again and try to build on this success.

"Can I keep these players together? Well, let me flip the question for you.

"If anyone wants to take them away from me, they best bring an army with them."