Vladimir Weiss has told the Glasgow Evening Times that he would consider a future return to play for Rangers, admitting that he is a fan of the Ibrox club.
Weiss, 25, is currently playing in Qatar with Lekhwiya, and with 43 caps for the Slovakian national team, the winger is enjoying his career right now.
However, the former Manchester City wide man has reflected on the happiest point of his career so far, which came during a season-long loan spell at Rangers.
Weiss hit five goals in 35 games for Rangers during the 2010/11 season, becoming an Ibrox hero due to his passion and commitment to the club.
Since then, Weiss has been with Espanyol, Pescara, Olympiacos and now Lekhwiya, but in an interview with the Glasgow Evening Times, Weiss has admitted that he is a Rangers fan - and would consider a return to Ibrox in the future.
"This was the year I enjoyed the most in my career," said Weiss. "It was such a great experience to play at Ibrox in front of those fans. It was amazing. I am always going to be a Rangers fan."
"I have another three years in Qatar, but if there was a chance to come back to play for Rangers then I would definitely think about it. Wearing the shirt again would be brilliant," he added.
Currently in the Scottish Championship, Rangers are in no position to offer Weiss a return right now, but things are looking positive under new manager Mark Warburton.
If - or when - Rangers return to the Scottish Premiership, they may have enough money to afford Weiss, who seems keen on a move back to Glasgow.
Fans would certainly love to see him back at Ibrox, but for now, it's a pipedream - until Warburton guides Rangers back to the top flight of Scottish football.