Former Rangers winger Vladimir Weiss has told The Scottish Sun that he would love to make a return to Ibrox at some stage in his career.
Weiss, 25, is currently playing in Qatar with Michael Laudrup's Lekhwiya, following spells with Italian side Pescara and Greek giants Olympiakos.
The winger, who came up through the ranks with Manchester City, may be best known for his superb season-long loan spell with Rangers during the 2010/2011 season.
Slovakian wide man Weiss hit five goals in 23 league games, and became a firm fan favourite with the Ibrox crowd before moving on to Espanyol.
Since Weiss left Ibrox, Rangers have been trying to work their back up the league in a bid to return to the Scottish Premiership, and they look to be heading towards that under Mark Warburton.
Now, Weiss has told The Scottish Sun that he still has 'real love' for Rangers, and continues to watch their games when he can over in Qatar.
Weiss also added that he would love to re-sign for Rangers one day, and has fans asking him on Twitter whether a return to Ibrox is on the cards.
"I have a real love for Rangers," said Vladimir Weiss. "It’s a massive club with great supporters. My time there is so special to me and I mean it when I say that. When I arrived from Man City I hadn’t played regular senior football before. Then suddenly I was playing every week, and those Rangers fans really took me into their hearts. We made a connection and that was great for me."
"I knew from the beginning I was always going to be a Rangers fan for the rest of my life. It was such a great year and even now I have people on Twitter asking me when I am going to go back. That makes me happy, knowing they still follow me and support me, and maybe one day I will go back. I don’t mean right now, maybe not in the next few years, but one day I would like it to happen. I would definitely love to wear that Rangers shirt again — and not just as a supporter sitting in a bar!"