Former Rangers fan favourite Vladimir Weiss has opened the door to a possible Ibrox return in the near future, with the winger admitting his interest on Twitter.
Weiss, 25, is currently playing in Qatar with Michael Laudrup's Lekhwiya SC, but will be best remembered for his time in British football.
The Slovakian wide man arrived at Manchester City from Slovan Bratislava, but struggled to make the grade at the Etihad Stadium, and was farmed out on loan to Rangers in 2010.
Weiss became a fan favourite at Ibrox, scoring five goals in 35 games for Rangers - before his exploits in Scotland led to a loan move to Espanyol and eventual moves to Pescara, Olympiacos and now Lekhwiya.
At just 25, it would be little surprise to see Weiss eventually make a return to the UK, and one possible destination could be Rangers given his affinity with the club.
Rangers have been busy this week, hiring Mark Warburton as their new manager, and fans were asking Weiss on Twitter whether he would be open to a return to Rangers - and Weiss stoked the fire by saying he wants to re-join Rangers 'one day'.