Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace says he would have no problem working with any of the four boardroom hopefuls who are seeking election at the club's annual general meeting.
Former chairman Malcolm Murray and allies Paul Murray, Scott Murdoch and Alex Wilson have been seeking support for their appointments and the removal of current board members, especially finance director Brian Stockbridge.
Recently-appointed chairman David Somers was scathing of the quartet on Saturday, but Wallace was more conciliatory as he seeks the stability required to move the club forward.
Wallace, who was appointed on November 20, said: "If the requisitioners, any one of them, were to be voted on to the board, that's the will of the shareholders. Should that be the will of the shareholders, as a professional businessman I would be absolutely willing to work with whoever is appointed."
The December 19 AGM comes after a long campaign for change by the Murrays, which included successful court action in October to force the postponement of the meeting and a vote on their potential appointments.
That victory sparked several departures and Wallace, Somers and Norman Crighton have since joined Stockbridge and James Easdale on the PLC board.
Wallace is hoping the vote draws a line under the upheaval.
"The club needs stability, it needs the platform to move forward," said the Dumfries-born businessman, who refuted rumours that former chief executive Charles Green or former owner Craig Whyte were involved in the running of the club.
"There has been a lot of conversations on the relative merits of particular campaigns and particular areas of interest to individuals.
"The supporters want to know the club is in good hands, they want to know that the people in the boardroom have the interests of Rangers at heart. I can give them that assurance sitting from the CEO's chair."