Rangers boss Ally McCoist has made it clear that he still harbours ambitions to sign Kenny Miller.
The Scottish League One club have been keen on the Vancouver Whitecaps striker for some time now but the 33-year old recently signed a new deal keeping him in Canada until next summer.
Despite that, McCoist still holds hopes that he can lure the recently-retired Scotland international back to Ibrox for a third spell.
"Kenny would certainly interest me, I would be lying if I said he didn't interest me quite a lot,” he said.
"If there was an opportunity to get Kenny, I wouldn't be doing my job if I didn't explore that. We will have to wait and see.
"I keep in touch with Kenny, but I haven't spoken to him since the day after the England game. In terms of the possibility of him coming here, I haven't spoken to him about that.
"I wouldn't rule it out. I'll certainly be making enquiries in the next wee while. If it's a possibility, it's an avenue we would look to possibly pursue.
"I don't know if Kenny would want to come, if we could afford him. There are millions of questions but I do think we need another forward."