Charles Green has assured fans he will work "tirelessly" to secure the future of Rangers.

The Ibrox chief executive reaffirmed his commitment to the Glasgow giants after a Walter Smith-led consortium withdrew their interest in buying the club. The former Light Blues boss revealed plans for an 11th-hour bid last Thursday, just before Green and his investors completed the purchase of the business and assets of Rangers as a newco.

Smith's group have since failed with a £6million offer and rejected the opportunity to join Green's consortium, before agreeing to step aside. Former Sheffield United chief executive Green is now keen to look to the future. He said: "I fully recognise there is a huge job to be done to rebuild the trust between the fans and the club which has been badly broken."

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