Rangers' recent demise has and reincarnation has damaged Scottish football, but the club are on the rise again under manager Ally McCoist.
Now in the second tier, Rangers are pushing for promotion back to the Scottish Premiership, even though they currently sit nine points behind runaway leaders Hearts.
A title challenge is still on the cards as they look to rejoin city rivals Celtic in the top flight, and so far, McCoist has relied on bringing ex-Rangers played back to Ibrox.
Steven Smith, Kenny Miller and Kris Boyd have all returned to pull on the blue Rangers shirt again, and one other former Rangers star who could return is winger Vladimir Weiss.
The 25-year-old is currently playing out in Qatar with Lekhwiya, but spent the 2010-11 season on loan at Rangers from Manchester City, and regularly tweets about his former club having become a firm fans favourite during his time at Ibrox.
Yet today, the Slovakian international used his Twitter account to reveal that he does want to return to Rangers one day - evne if he doesn't know when.
Any Ibrox return would surely hinge on Rangers returning to the top flight of Scottish football, but it's clear that Weiss enjoyed his time in Glasgow enough to want a return.