Clint Hill will aim to help Rangers get past Morton to progress to the Scottish Cup last eight
The 38-year-old has never won a knockout trophy.
The closest Hill came was in 2000 when he reached the League Cup Final with Tranmere Rovers, but he suffered the ignominy of being sent off at Wembley as his side lost 2-1 to Leicester.
The Englishman did pick up medals with QPR, winning the Championship title in 2011 and captaining them to promotion to the Premier League via the play-off final in 2014.
But Hill is desperate to add a Scottish Cup medal to his modest collection, with the Light Blues hoping to see off Morton on Sunday and book their place in the last eight.
He said: “It’s another chance to win silverware and fill out the trophy room. It’s really our last effort at getting some silverware this season and we need to hit the ground running.
Clint Hill wants Rangers to take some of the pressure off Mark Warburton's shoulders
“We know how important it is for everyone at this club to get the right result.
“My medal collection is not very full, to be honest – there are only a couple in there.
“But that was one of the main attractions of coming here – to compete, make it to finals and hopefully get that bit of luck you need to claim the trophy.”
Rangers manager Mark Warburton’s future has come under mounting scrutiny in recent weeks and the players know they need to start getting things right at both ends of the pitch.
The Ibrox clash with Jim Duffy’s Championship side is a potential banana skin.
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But Hill sees it as a golden chance to get back to winning ways after poor form in the league saw them follow up a comprehensive 4-1 loss to Hearts with a 1-1 home draw against Ross County.
He said: “It’s another game to try and win. Hopefully we can cut out the sloppiness, take the chances we create early and hopefully give everyone a good afternoon.
“I don’t know much about Morton, but speaking to a few of the boys who played against them last year, all they could say was good things about them.
“They tried to play the right way and always gave them tough games.
“As soon as you pull on that Rangers shirt people want to beat you – it doesn’t matter what league the teams are in.”