The former winger was part of the great Light Blues side in the early 1960s and helped it win the club’s second Treble in 1963/64.
Wilson was a prolific scorer for Gers, netting 157 times in 373 competitive games for the club between 1956 and 1967.
And he’ll join his old team-mates Ralph Brand, Ronnie McKinnon, Billy Ritchie and Jim Forrest to reflect on that golden era at a fantastic legends lunch event at Ibrox on Friday October 26.
The quintet will come together at the Thornton Suite in the Bill Struth Main Stand and places are still available for £65 plus VAT each or £650 plus VAT for a table of 10.
Wilson is looking forward to reliving some of his best moments in a Rangers shirt with some of the players he excelled alongside.
He looks back on some of them in a special feature programme being shown right now on RangersTV.tv, the club’s official television programme.
Wilson said: “At that time, we used to treat every game as one we were going out to win and that feeling ran right through the team.
“We had a terrific team at that time and it never changed. We generally didn’t get injuries but anyone who did played on and didn’t complain about it.
“At that time, we expected to win and we even had bets amongst ourselves on who would score the first goal. That’s how confident we were then.
“We worked hard at it and after training, me, Ralphie and Jimmy Millar would stay behind and worked on certain things together.
“I had a good record for someone who played out wide and I was a poacher. The six-yard line was my range but I could still play in today’s game – I’d get goals and I’d win penalties!”