Celtic are streets ahead of Rangers at this moment in time.
Hoops legend Andy Walker was a guest on Sky Sports' Premier League Daily programme on Tuesday November 14th, and delivered his verdict on the current situation at Ibrox, as the Gers' manager search continues to rumble on.
Rangers currently sit in fourth spot in the Scottish Premiership table, six points adrift of league leaders Celtic, although they have improved drastically since Pedro Caixinha's sacking, with caretaker boss Graeme Murty guiding his side to comfortable wins over Hearts and Partick Thistle.
Meanwhile, on the other side of Glasgow, the Hoops juggernaut continues to dispose of anything that gets in its' way, with Brendan Rodgers' side currently in the midst of a 63 game unbeaten run in domestic competition.
And Walker, who scored 67 goals for the Bhoys, made the bold statement that any potential candidates for the Rangers manager's job should be interviewing the club, rather than the other way round, during his appearance on Sky Sports' Premier League Daily programme on Tuesday November 14th:
“If it was me, whoever the candidate is, they should be interviewing the club, not the other way around. No one knows how much money there is to spend or how the regime is going to work.”
Next up for the Gers is a home game against Hamilton Academical in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday, and three points will be vital for them, if they are to remain on Celtic's coat-tails.