Former Rangers man Graham Roberts is the latest individual to declare his interest in becoming the next manager of Rangers.
The Gers haven’t had a permanent manager since October, when Pedro Caixinha was sacked following a 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock.
Graeme has been interim manager since then, but Roberts used his Twitter account to admit that he would like to be the boss at Ibrox.
Responding to a question from a fan, the former Spurs captain said: “I would love it mate, I beat Celtic when at Clyde.
“But truthfully I think we need a rangers man who knows the club.”
I would love it mate , I beat Celtic when at Clyde . But truthfully I think we need a rangers man who knows the club
— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) November 28, 2017
When Roberts managed Clyde in 2006 they pulled off a massive upset by defeating Celtic 2-1 in the Scottish Cup.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has long been thought of as the favourite to take charge at Ibrox, but no contact has been made between Rangers and the Pittodrie club.
Rangers are back in Scottish Premiership action tonight, in the first of a double-header against Derek McInnes’ Aberdeen.
The Gers are currently six points behind the Dons going into tonight’s match at Ibrox, and are in a poor run of form having lost their last two league games to Hamilton and Dundee.
After tonight’s game the teams face off again at Pittodrie on Sunday.