McCall left Rangers following the end of the 2014/15 season, but he has told the Daily Record that he would love to return to the club one day.
The former midfielder said: “If I was asked to do it all again I would, 100 per cent. It has been an absolute honour to serve the club these last three months.”
McCall took charge of the club following the departure of Ally McCoist, and he oversaw passage to the Championship play-off final, losing 6-1 to Motherwell over two legs.
Performances were not impressive by any means, and McCall was utilising a playing squad far more expensive than their Championship rivals, but he managed to bring some stability to a club that was increasingly collapsing with every passing game.
He brought players back into the playing squad who had been cast out during the previous regime, and promoted youth to great effect.
He lost just three games in charge, ensuring that the club finished third place, and overseeing the passage to the final - only for two of those three losses to come in the two legs of the final.
McCall did well, and he is a legend at Ibrox, meaning he would be welcomed back at the club whenever he would be needed. Appointing Mark Warburton was a wise move by Rangers, with a view to the future in mind, rather than a clinging to the past, but it should be suggested that this is not the last time we see McCall prowling the Ibrox touchline.