The Scottish side face Eintracht Frankfurt in Seville aiming to add to their 1971/72 Cup Winners' Cup success. "It would put me in the category amongst the greats in the club. That's where we all want to be,"Tavernier told Sky Sports on the prospect of lifting the trophy. "We want to put a legacy down for the day we retire. You can look back on your career and be proud of it."
No Scottish side has won a European trophy since Alex Ferguson led Aberdeen to the Cup Winners' Cup in 1983. "It means a lot, it's not often that you play a final in Europe. As a Scottish team, it's very rare that it happens," said Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst. "So I'm really honoured and proud that we are in the final in Seville."