Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson has told The Scottish Sun that manager Mark Warburton will have money to spend in January.
The Gers face Hibernian this afternoon in the biggest game of the season so far, given that the two clubs sit level on points at the top of the Scottish Championship.
After winning the first 11 games of the season, Rangers have since picked up just eight points in six games, which has given Hibs the chance to join them at the top of the table.
Even after bringing in a host of players over the summer, including Wes Foderingham, James Tavernier, Danny Wilson, Jason Holt and Martyn Waghorn, it's clear that Rangers still need to bring in some more reinforcements during the January transfer window.
Fans want to see an experienced holding midfielder brought in, as well as a winger or centre forward to give Warburton's men a real boost in the final third.
Now, with the transfer window just weeks away, Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson has told The Scottish Sun that manager Warburton will have money to spend in January, and has no doubt that chairman Dave King can provide the finance needed to bring in new signings next month.
"We have that assurance from Dave King and the Three Bears that the investment needed for January is there," said Robertson. "The accounts have been signed off and I have no doubts the finance is there," he added.
Who should Rangers be looking to sign in January?