By Will Butcher

Mark Warburton claimed on Thursday that Rangers are looking to make two signings in the January transfer window.

The former Brentford boss revealed his plans for the upcoming transfer market but was adamant that a repeat of the summer’s overhaul would not be repeated.

“It is far more dangerous to bring in too many than too few,” Warburton said, as quoted by Glasgow Live on Thursday.

“We have one or two that we’re looking at and if we can get them over the line then all well and good.”

Warburton, 54, signed 11 new players in the summer as the Gers returned to the top flight of Scottish football for the first time since the 2011-12 season.

However, many have proved to be a failure so far at Ibrox. Joey Barton’s Rangers career is already over, while Niko Kranjcar and Jordan Rossiter have suffered long-term injuries after making little initial impact.

With resources limited at Ibrox, Warburton is expecting a much quieter window compared to the summer.

According to the Daily Record the Gers could be looking at an attacking midfielder in January, and are reportedly interested in a whole host of names.

Birmingham City’s Diego Fabbrini, Cardiff City’s Emyr Huws and Porto’s Joao Teixiera are all names that have been floated around, as Warburton looks to add creative spark to his side.

The Gers next face Hamilton on Friday night, as they look to go seven points clear of third placed Aberdeen.

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