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The Gers and Hibees will meet in a battle for the Scottish Cup silverware on Saturday, and Martyn Waghorn is dreaming of scoring a goal in the clash as the Light Blues plan for the showpiece end to the Scottish football season and an opportunity to win a treble of trophies this campaign.

Twenty-eight-year-old Gers forward Waghorn is hoping to feature in the prestigious Scottish Cup final with Hibernian after being out for a prolonged spell due to an injury that unfortunately caused the 28 goal Glasgow Ranger striker to miss his side’s clinching of the Scottish Premier League Championship, the Petrofac Cup Final win, and Scottish Cup semi-final win against Celtic.

Waghorn played in the last league match of the season with St Mirren, and then played and scored in a friendly win against Tottenham Hotspur. His performance will hopefully convince Rangers manager Mark Warburton that he is healed and fit for a starting place in the Scottish Cup Final.

“I’m fit and ready. I’ve had a good few weeks training under my belt and then the Spurs game gave me the chance to get 80 minutes, so I’m raring to go,” said Waghorn. “That was a high-intensity game. It was perfect for me and showed I can keep up with the game. I was tired towards the end but it wasn’t anything that wasn’t normal. To get a goal was nice and it was great preparation for Saturday.

“I’m excited about it and have been looking forward to this for the last few weeks. I’ve done all I can in training so it’s up to the manager to decide if I’m in the team,” continued Waghorn. “Every player who plays in a Cup Final dreams of scoring a goal, and I’ve certainly done that. In the last couple of days I’ve been like a big kid thinking about the game and imagining lifting the trophy.” “It’s going to be a big ask, but if we play our game, we should be OK. It’s a Cup Final though and anything can happen.”

“I had an 11 week lay-off, so I don’t really want the season to end what with me coming back. I’m looking forward to Saturday, and luckily we only have three and a half weeks off. “Some boys may want longer, but I’m just desperate to get back and start the season, but we have a big job to do on Saturday so I’m just so hungry to play a part,” added Waghorn. Waggy expressed his excitement about the Rangers’ signing of Jordan Rossiter on a four year deal from FC Liverpool last week. After Waghorn spoke with some of his peers and friends at the Merseyside club about Rossiter, he got positive feedback.

“The signing of the young boy Rossiter is another key one. He’s highly thought of at Liverpool and I spoke to a couple of the guys who are there and they couldn’t speak highly enough about him,” said Waghorn. “The intention the club is showing is good, and when it comes to the squad, then the more the merrier as we need a good, competitive squad. “It’s only going to bring the best out the rest of the boys who are here too.” Waghorn netted 28 Scotland Premiership goals to date this season. He hopes to add to his goal tally at the Scottish Cup final on Saturday, knowing he only needs two more goals to break the existing 30-goal record. A win in the Scottish Cup Final will see the Rangers through to the Europa League tournament next season.

“You never know what might happen on Saturday, but if I get one early enough on Saturday, then I’m on for it,” added Waghorn. “As long as we get the win and the trophy, that’s the most important thing, but getting 30 goals would be nice. “I came here to get promoted first and foremost, but to challenge for three trophies and potentially win a trophy is huge – as is what comes with that – qualifying for Europe.”

“That’s massive and what dreams are made of. We are all determined to take that chance and get Rangers back to where they belong.” Scottish Premier League giants Celtic have been crowned Champions of Scotland having won the league title for the fifth season in a row due to Tuesday’s 3 - 2 home win over Aberdeen, who came in second on the table.

Celtic boss Ronny Deila's side enjoy an unbeatable 12-point lead at the top of the Scottish table with just two matches left to play, sealing back-to-back titles for Deila, who plans to retire from his role as manager at the end of the 2015-16 season. The Bhoys have won the Scottish league silverware 47 times, only seven less times than arch-rivals Rangers.

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