Blackpool did brilliantly to hold onto Curtis Tilt during the summer transfer window – but manager Terry McPhillips is under no illusions that the star centre-back is likely to be a man in demand again once January rolls around.
According to the Scottish Sun, Rangers were very keen to bring the former Wrexham defender to Ibrox in the summer with Blackpool demanding £1 million for his services.
And, speaking to the Blackpool Gazette, Tangerines boss McPhillips admits that he is braced for interest with the 27-year-old having impressed in League One this season.
“I think the way he has been playing I’d expect interest.”
Blackpool have the fourth best defensive record in all of League One at the moment with Tilt also contributing three goals at the other end of the pitch in recent months.
And Rangers, if they are set to renew their interest, will be hoping that their decision to send Joe Dodoo on loan to Bloomfield Road in the summer will encourage the North West outfit to return the favour.