Rangers manager Ally McCoist has indicated that the embattled club are still looking at bringing in Daniel Cousin.

The Gabon international striker was set to join 'Gers last week but his proposed move was rejected as the club entered administration, forcing the deal to fall over.

But the Glasgow giants can still appeal the Scottish Premier League's decision with McCoist suggesting that is a definite option with the help of the club's new administrators.

"I don't know, I haven't spoken to the administrators but we will definitely have a chat with the administrators," he said.

"What I would say is, they totally backed us in attempts to get Daniel Cousin to the club. It was the board of the SPL who knocked it back."

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