Rangers are crying out for a creative spark as Celtic and Aberdeen open up a gap.
Now six points behind Old Firm rivals Celtic, Rangers are in desperate need of a creative spark to boost their 2017-18 campaign and claw in the Scottish Premiership front runners.
The Gers sit way down in fourth place behind Celtic, Aberdeen and Hibernian, as they struggle to keep pace with Brendan Rodgers' Hoops after disappointing results against the likes of Motherwell, Kilmarnock and the Hoops.
Niko Kranjcar is yet to show the kind of form that saw Mark Warburton land the Croatia international in the summer of 2016 as injuries continue to hamper his progress, while Carlos Pena has failed to show any consistency.
A number 10 with the ability to unlock a defence is needed at Ibrox, but do they already possess such a player required in their squad?
The 27-year-old playmaker has begun to reignite the kind of form that saw Rangers sign the four-time England Under-17 international back in January 2016, scoring once and providing an assist in his last three league outings.
His Scottish Premiership form for Rangers proved arguably prolific too - starting only seven of his 21 league appearances for the Light Blues, Forrester scored three times and laid on another two assists.
Boasting close control and an impeccable first touch, the former Doncaster ace knows how to unlock a defence as well as possessing an eye for goal in the final third.
It is that kind of quality that Rangers are crying out for at the moment, and recalling Forrester to the first-team squad in January could be the key in catching Celtic during the second half of the season.