Middlesbrough striker Lee Miller admits he would face a tough decision if he is offered the chance to join Rangers.
Miller has struggled to make an impact at Middlesbrough since joining from Aberdeen in the January transfer window and has failed to score in 10 Championship appearances.
The Scotland international has been linked with a move to Rangers over the summer as a replacement for Kris Boyd, who is leaving Ibrox on a free transfer.
The 27-year-old admits he is flattered to be mooted as a target for Gers and concedes it would be a difficult choice to make should Walter Smith make a bid.
"If Rangers ask the question, I would be forced to make the toughest decision of my career," Miller told the Daily Record.
"It is flattering to be linked with a club as big as Rangers. It is also nice to know clubs are taking a keen interest in what I am doing.
"I have been linked with Rangers for most of my career, but have never kicked a ball for them."