According to The Scottish Sun, Rangers are prepared to make a summer move to sign Dundee goalscorer Greg Stewart.
The Gers made a big move to sign a forward in January, having lured Michael O'Halloran from St. Johnstone on deadline day - but it seems that manager Mark Warburton isn't happy with his attacking options just yet.
The Scottish Sun report that Rangers have held an interest in Dundee forward Greg Stewart throughout the season, but after plumping for O'Halloran during the January transfer window, the Gers will finally make a bid for Stewart at the end of the campaign.
Stewart, 25, started his career in the Rangers academy before moving on to spells with Hearts, Syngenta Amateurs, Cowdenbeath and now Dundee.
After 15 goals for Dundee last season, Stewart has only managed seven goals this term, but his performances at Dens Park appear to have done enough to impress Rangers, and convince Mark Warburton that he's worth a bid in the summer.
Having been on the books with the club before, Stewart may fancy a return to Ibrox, especially if the Gers do achieve their goal and win promotion to the Scottish Premiership this season.
With Nicky Clark's future unclear and Kenny Miller coming to the end of his career, Stewart could play a key role for Rangers next season - if they can convince Dundee to sell.
Would you like to see Rangers sign Stewart this summer?