Kenny Miller has revealed he would 'jump at the chance' to sign for Rangers again.
The Derby striker has been linked with a summer switch to Ibrox and would become the first player to cross the Old Firm divide twice, having also had a spell with Celtic.
The Scotland international says he would relish the opportunity to work with Walter Smith and Ally McCoist again despite the prospect of a furious backlash from Rangers fans.
Miller told the Daily Record: 'Obviously we've all heard the speculation and I'm aware of an interest but this is a long way from being as cut and dried as people are making out.
'I don't really want to talk too much about it at this stage but what I would say is this - I absolutely loved my time working with Walter and Super Ally when they were in charge of the Scotland set-up.
'That was one of the most enjoyable periods of my career. If I got the chance to work with them again I'd jump at it.
'But at the moment there is nothing to report. We'll have to see how things work out.'