Kemar Roofe has admitted he is dreaming of another run to the Europa League final after his match-winning impact against Real Betis.

The Ibrox striker climbed off the bench to hit the winner with his first strike since August as Rangers claimed a last 16 spot in the competition.

And Roofe has revealed he is hopeful of another European adventure for silverware - but promised to take things one game at a time.

"It was chaos," said Roofe of the victory in Seville. "It was full of emotion and hard work. We came here to get the three points and managed to do it.

"That's what I train all week for to help the team win games and always be concentrated for when I do get the chance to stick it in, and thankfully I managed to do that today.

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"It's special [Rangers in Europe]. My time at the club we've had special moments, getting to the final one of the seasons and hopefully we can do the same this time.

"Hopefully we do it again but cliche comment is game by game! That's the way we did it when we did get to the final."

And despite the historic triumph in Spain, Roofe vowed the Rangers squad won't celebrate victory, rather focus will immediately shift to the Viaplay Cup final against Aberdeen on Sunday.

"We'll not even celebrate," said Roofe. "[We'll] Just concentrate and recover. As boring as it is, we need to win on Sunday.

"Now we are going to focus on Sunday. One of the things the gaffer said before this game was no one can even think about the final, this game was more important.ย 

"We have got this out the way, got the three points and now we can recover and concentrate on Sunday."