Rangers need another forward and here are three options Mark Warburton should consider bringing to Ibrox.
Rangers' Martyn Waghorn scores
Rangers took on Hamilton yesterday at Ibrox in their first game back in the Scottish top-flight since 2012.
It was not a game that ended the way they would have liked.
Rangers drew 1-1 to start their Scottish Premiership campaign in subdued fashion.
There was also a blow as Martyn Waghorn, who scored the Rangers goal, suffered a hamstring injury.
But even before that injury Rangers looked like they need to bring in another striker. Kenny Miller looks limited and Joe Dodoo is more of a winger – Rangers need another central striker.
Here are three options on the free agent market that Mark Warburton should consider bringing to Ibrox...
Jeremie Aliadiere - Celtic in action against FC Artmedia Bratislava
The former Arsenal youngster was one of the top strikers in the French top-flight just three years ago but has seeped into obscurity since making a surprise move to Qatari team Umm Salal in 2014.
The 33-year-old can play through the middle or potentially out wide and his ability would threaten Scottish Premiership defences.
One potential stumbling block could be the fact he spent time on loan at Rangers’ Old Firm rivals Celtic in 2005 – although he only played two games for the Bhoys.
Tottenham's Danny Rose and Toby Alderweireld in action with Qarabag's Samuel Armenteros
Rangers could however go Swedish.
The 26-year-old left Azeri side Qarabag this summer and recently spent time on trial at Bristol City.
He plays in a similar style to Waghorn and Rangers could bring in a like-for-like with his signature.
Samed Yesil - Liverpool dejected
Once tipped for greatness at Liverpool the German youngster’s career has been impacted heavily by knee problems.
Now fit and a free agent Rangers would be getting a goalscorer with bags of potential if Yesil came to Ibrox.