Steven Gerrard has achieved "God-like status" after leading Rangers to their first Scottish Premiership title in a decade, according to one fan who was part of the celebrations at the club's training centre.
Supporters congregated in Milngavie - as well as Ibrox - after Celtic failed to beat Dundee United on Sunday, meaning Rangers hold an unassailable 20-point lead in the top flight.
With Celtic's hopes of a record-breaking 10th consecutive top-flight crown dashed, Gerrard collected the first major silverware of his managerial career and the former Liverpool captain was hailed by the club's devotees.
"He has now achieved a God-like status," Alan Irvine, 43, from Glasgow, told the PA news agency.
Rangers were consigned to Scotland's fourth tier back in 2012 after financial collapse, but they have rebuilt steadily and are now celebrating being crowned kings of Scotland for the 55th time in their history.
And Gerrard is already insisting there is "more to come", as he also turns his attentions Thursday's Europa League last-16 first-leg showdown against Slavia Prague.
"It is very difficult to put into words right now," he told the club's website.
"It has been an incredible journey we have been on and we deserve it.
"I'm on a real, emotional high and it has been a journey that is not finished...
"Glasgow Rangers is about winning and we all live under that pressure, and that responsibility, but it is about what is next and it is about me getting these players ready for what is next."
Gerrard paid tribute to the stellar collective effort from his playing group this season.
Rather than relying too much on their talisman Alfredo Morelos, skipper James Tavernier has contributed 17 goals from right-back, goalkeeper Allan McGregor and defender Connor Goldson will also be leading contenders for player of the year after forming a defensive wall that has conceded just nine league goals in 32 games.
"I think the star is the team," Gerrard said.
"There is no ego in the team. Everyone is playing together. There's a great spirit in the group."
Meanwhile, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon condemned the "infuriating" and "disgraceful" gathering of Rangers fans celebrating the club's title triumph in Glasgow in breach of the current COVID-19 lockdown.