Charles Green has told Rangers fans the crisis-hit club can be "a force once again" as he urged them to renew their season tickets.
The Glasgow giants posted season ticket renewals for the 2012/13 campaign on Friday despite the ongoing uncertainty surrounding their future. Green is leading the consortium in place to buy Rangers, who have been in the hands of administrators Duff and Phelps since February.
The former Sheffield United chief executive hopes the club can exit administration via a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), as opposed to a newco route, which would place a question mark over which division the club will play in next term.
In a letter from Green issued to all season ticket holders he said: "The events of the last season jeopardised the club and everyone connected with Rangers is bruised by the experience but we are ready for a new chapter in the club's illustrious history to be written in season 2012/13.
"There is still uncertainty surrounding the structure of the club as we await the outcome of the CVA meeting on 14 June.
"However, be assured that no matter the business structure going forward, Rangers is and always will be Rangers and with your support the club will go from strength to strength.
"Your loyalty, passion, pride, dedication and True Blue spirit has been nothing short of remarkable and sums up exactly what being a Ranger is all about.
"Rangers has been in existence for 140 years and it will be for another 140 years and beyond.
"With your continued support this club will be a force once again."