Rangers rookie Greg Wylde has offered to fill the gap left in the team by Steven Naismith's season-ending injury.
The Scotland international sustained cruciate ligament damage in last weekend's game against Aberdeen which has ruled him out for the rest of the term.
Wylde, 20, is highly regarded within the club and normally plies his trade as a left winger but the Scotland Under-21 international is ready to show his versatility to get a place in the first team.
"Hopefully I can come in and replace him and do what he has done," said Wylde.
"His work-rate has been unbelievable so hopefully if I come in I can do the business.
"The manager has spoken to me about playing on the right of midfield and I've played there before. I'm happy to play anywhere as long as I am playing.
"I used to play on the right when I was younger but I'm left-footed and I prefer playing on the left now, but if the right gets me a game, I'll need to do it."