Report: Mark Warburton hopes to sign a striker this week

Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates winning the Scottish Championship with the trophy

The Rangers boss looks set to continue his Ibrox recruitment drive.

Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates winning the Scottish Championship with the trophyRangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates winning the Scottish Championship

Rangers boss Mark Warburton hopes to sign a striker this week, the Daily Record reports.

The Light Blues have recruited heavily since their promotion back to the top-flight, bringing in eight new faces so far.

As well as Accrington pair Matt Crooks and Josh Windass, midfield trio Joey Barton, Jordan Rossiter and Niko Kranjcar, and veteran duo Clint Hill and Matt Gilks, Warburton added full-back Lee Hodson to his ranks on Wednesday and has taken United States international Oguchi Onyewu on trial.

Picture Supplied by Action Images *** Local Caption *** 2009-09-30T201610Z_01_SRE108_RTRIDSP_3_SOCCER-CHAMPIONS.jpgOguchi Onyewu is looking to win a contract at Ibrox

The 53-year-old, however, is yet to enhance his striking pool, which currently comprises Martyn Waghorn, Michael O'Halloran and Kenny Miller.

A number of options have been speculated in the press, one of whom, Danny Graham (the Sun), has since moved to Blackburn Rovers on a permanent basis.

Danny Graham celebrates after scoring the second goal for BlackburnDanny Graham returned to Blackburn Rovers last month

In the meantime, Hibernian hotshot Jason Cummings (Sunday Post), Walsall's Wales international Tom Bradshaw (Daily Mail) and former Ibrox favourite Sone Aluko (Sun) have all been linked with moves to Glasgow.

However, the speculation appears to have died down in recent weeks, with alternative targets now likely.

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