Rangers are in talks to increase the capacity of Ibrox, according to reports.
Gers hit record season ticket sales of 47,000 after an impressive debut season under boss Steven Gerrard.
The Ibrox side reached the Europa League group stage and beat rivals celtic twice after going 13 games without a derby win.
And that led to a host of fans putting their name down on a waiting list with 15,000 said to have registered interest in a season ticket
Now Gers chiefs are looking into increasing the Ibrox capacity in order to cope with demand, according to the Daily Record.
The Govan arena currently holds just over 50,000 with the Light Blues reportedly looking to up that to 55,000.
The Record claim there will be no new tiers on any stands and say the club are considering extending areas among the Copland and Broomloan stands.
Stewart Robertson said: “It’s something we’re looking at just now. We won’t see anything as grand as another tier built on top of one of the existing stands.
“However, we are exploring ways we can add additional seating into the stadium. I don’t see it being another 10,000, it would maybe be low thousands.
“There are feasibility works going on at this moment and we’re probably two or three months away from knowing whether it will be possible or not.