Vice-chairman John Bennett insists Rangers directors and investors are united in their position that no one person or group should ever have a majority stake again.
Gers are embroiled in a legal dispute with an American group led by businesswoman Kyle Fox over issues surrounding their recent attempt to lead a takeover of the club.
Bennett pointed to the rejected approach as one of many Rangers are receiving and pointed out that some investors have come on board following such talks on terms that suit them and the club.
He also dismissed rumors that Chairman Douglas Park was considering selling shares.
“I think I know Douglas Park as well as anyone can know Douglas Park,” he told Rangers TV.
“I know him well, I consider him a friend. Douglas is not a seller, I am not a seller, in fact I recently increased my position above five percent.
“When the American group approached us, I took the opportunity to sound out most of our big investors. They rightly said, not only is it okay to listen, but it’s also the right thing to do from a fiduciary perspective, so we listened. But what was very interesting was that there was absolutely no point in selling.
Bennett claimed that the spread of directors and investors were united in their view that Rangers should “never again” be controlled by one person or group.
“The ownership of Rangers Football Club should rest on a number of shoulders,” he added.
“When you have multiple shoulders to carry the load, you are not beholden to an individual walking away or anything that happens to that individual in their life.”