However the supervisor insists he’s protecting his toes firmly on the bottom.
Rangers moved above Celtic on the high for he Premiership desk on Sunday following a 2-1 win at Hearts.
Celtic’s Scottish League Cup commitments meant they didn’t play within the league.
Gers are again in motion tonight in opposition to Aberdeen in a crunch tie north of the border.
Celtic are at Motherwell and Gerrard has refused to get carried away with the league standings.
“It’s not the thought to play it down.
“I do know among the many followers how essential it’s to be the place we’re, and the happiness and the enjoyment that it brings to the supporters.
“I perceive it’s been a very long time.
“However I’ve acquired sufficient expertise to know that the video games come thick and quick and that place can alter simply as fast as we acquired there.
“So there’s going to be quite a lot of twists and turns, ups and downs.
“Bumps within the street.
“And there will probably be good instances as effectively.
“However for me you progress on shortly, keep humble, hold working exhausting – if not more durable to remain the place you’re at – and actually concentrate on the following problem, which is true upon us.”
Rangers have a busy fixture interval developing, with a Europa League journey to Fast Vienna subsequent week sandwiched between video games in opposition to Dundee and Hamilton.
They then play St Johnstone and Hibs both aspect of Christmas Day, earlier than an Outdated Agency tie with Celtic on December 29.
Gerrard has made three modifications for Rangers’ welcome of Aberdeen to Ibrox tonight.
Jon Flanagan and Glenn Middleton come into the XI.
And midfielder Ryan Jack will get a run out in opposition to his former membership.
Rangers: McGregor, Tavernier, McAuley, Goldson, Flanagan, Jack, Coulibaly, Ejaria, Candeias, Middleton, Morelos