By Amir Mir
Kyle Lafferty has urged Rangers to sign him in the summer when his contract with Norwich expires in June.
The 29-year-old striker is currently plying his trade in the second tier of English football but has barely had a look in this season.
Despite proving himself on the international stage with Northern Ireland where he helped them reach Euro 2016 last summer, Lafferty has only played 12 league games this term.
He looks set to leave Carrow Road at the end of the campaign and the soon-to-be free transfer had this message for his former club.
“Obviously I’d jump at the chance to go back to Rangers,” said Lafferty, as quoted by the Daily Record. “Everyone knows my love for the club.
“Hopefully they would look at me and think I could do a job for them. I have shown what I can do at international level in recent years and I believe I could make a positive impact at the right club for me. I really would jump at the chance to go back to Rangers.”
During his international career, Lafferty has scored 20 goals in 59 matches for Northern Ireland.
The former Premier League player, who spent four years at Ibrox during his early days, scored 36 goals in 134 matches at the Glasgow club.
After a poor campaign for the Gers, there is the likelihood that manager Pedro Caixinha will be looking to make changes to his squad.
The likes of Martyn Waghorn, Joe Garner and Kenny Miller have been relied upon to get the ball in the back of the net this term, with the latter leading the way with nine strikes.
Due to their lack of threat up front, the Light Blues have failed to challenge their Old Firm rivals in the Scottish Premiership title race, with Brendan Rodgers team steamrolling the league.
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