This is the moment that Philippe Clement swore during his pre-match Rangers press conference.

The Belgian apologised to the Rangers press officer and to the gathered members of the media for his slip of the tongue, as he smiled for saying 's***'.

The 49-year-old was speaking this afternoon ahead of his side's trip to Dens Park tomorrow, where Rangers will finally play Dundee in their twice-re-arranged match.

Of course, this game comes off the back of Rangers' 3-2 loss to Ross County on Sunday, with ground lost on Celtic in the title race.ย 

"I hope eight," Clement answered when asked if everyone's focus is on the next six league games.ย "But I only look at one game โ€“ Dundee. Like we have been doing all season, and I hope Jack will do that also, like the rest of the team.

"The moment you start to think about six or eight or four weeks to go or five weeks to go and then it is a holiday, then you will come in the s***. That is the worst thing you can do. Sorry to use that word. I am too familiar with you guys now!

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"That is the baddest thing you can do and it is the same as three months ago. It is going game by game, going full. It is about that, that is the way they did it and the way they are in this situation now, to be fighting for still a lot of things.

"That is what I expect tomorrow from the whole squad, every second of the game to go full with all their energy and not to think about what is going on a few days after. That is for afterwards."