Rangers look set to be playing Premiership football at Ibrox next season.
Next season is likely to see Glasgow Rangers back in the top-flight of Scottish football.
Scottish Premiership football has not been played at Ibrox for some time now but Rangers are well on their way to promotion this term under Mark Warburton.
So who should Rangers bring to the club, as they look to rekindle an Old Firm rivalry next term?
Here are three potential options for Rangers…
Steven Lawless – Partick Thistle
The Scottish winger has been in great form in 2016 and his recent experience in the top-flight could prove vital at Ibrox.
A tricky operator with a wand of a left-foot he can switch from either flank and would be a brilliant addition to the Rangers fold.
Dan Burn – Fulham
The English centre-back has been in-and-out of the Cottagers side ever since being in the Premier League.
A giant operator he could prove a crucial replacement for Tottenham loanee Dominic Ball – who has spent this season on loan at Rangers.
John Fleck – Coventry City
What about bringing in some of their former players?
The 24-year-old left Ibrox in 2012 after the financial troubles that engulfed Rangers.
He joined Coventry City and will be leaving in the summer. Dubbed the ‘Scottish Wayne Rooney’ when he first made his breakthrough at Rangers it never quite happened for him at his hometown club.
Maybe he could be brought home this summer.