Rangers manager Ally McCoist is keen to bring favourite son Kenny Miller back to the club. The 31-year old departed Ibrox for Turkish club Bursaspor in January but has found life difficult since his move and has already been linked with a Scotland return.
'Gers boss McCoist is believed to be organizing talks with Miller, who has already had two spells with the Glasgow giants, and the tactician feels that the Scotland international would love another homecoming.
"Kenny has never been out of my thoughts. He is a player who did very well for us. He ticks all the boxes in terms of what we're looking for, but we're looking at a few who tick all the boxes," he told SunSport.
"I wouldn't rule anyone out and I certainly wouldn't rule Kenny Miller out either.
"I haven't spoken to him to any degree or great length about it because he is obviously still under contract at Bursaspor.
"But Kenny is someone I have a lot of respect for, he's done well. He always gave us everything he's got and was a good player for the club."
McCoist added: "I'm sure there are clubs in England interested in him and he'd probably get nearer the money he'd be looking for down there.
"I've been speaking to Kenny about other things, we spoke to him last week to see how he's getting on and what he's been up to.
"Kenny also keeps in touch with Kenny McDowall and a few of the boys in the team like Allan McGregor.
"I'd imagine I'll be speaking to him again in the next few days."