04 July, 2017
Caixinha has been reshaping the Rangers squad this summer and has brought a host of new players to Ibrox.
Pedro Caixinha's side had to be content with a solitary Kenny Miller goal last week in the first European match at Ibrox in six years but a clean sheet has given them the platform to take a real grip on their first qualifying-round encounter with Progres Niederkorn. "It's unthinkable. Of course it is".
But Caixinha is optimistic, saying: "We are building a team and we know it's better to build with a small result but at the same time a win". You can not compare it. We know the way we need to play. It's a matter of just being aggressive in front of their goal and to score as many goals as we can. What we are really looking for is to get to the group stages and, after that, we'll see.
"Herrera or Pena - one of them will be out", Caixinha told the club's official website.
We know much better about what to expect and that they will behave the same way.
Johansson brushed off questions over the progress of Rangers' attempts to sign Graham Dorrans after Norwich reportedly accepted a £1.5million offer for the Scotland midfielder.
"I don't think it's going to be easy away from home, it will be a tough game, we are not underestimating the task in any way", said Johansson.
Cardiff City and two other clubs are also in the running.
Hard on the heels of Joe Garner and Andy Halliday's exits, Barrie McKay is poised to become the third big name to depart, with Nottingham Forest believed to be in pole position to sign him.