Rangers have confirmed that an agreement is in place to bring Daniel Cousin back to Ibrox for a second spell in Scottish football.
A deal for the experienced striker, which is due to run until the end of the season, will be officially completed once an international transfer certificate is obtained.
Rangers hope the relevant paperwork will be processed in time for Cousin to be involved in Ally McCoist's plans for Saturday's home date with Kilmarnock.
The 35-year-old will need no introduction to the set-up at Ibrox, having spent the 2007/08 campaign with the Glasgow giants.
He started the following season on the Gers' books, but was snapped up by then Premier League outfit Hull City in September 2008.
The Gabon international's most recent outings have come back in his homeland, but he has jumped at the chance to reacquaint himself with the SPL.
"Cousin jetted into Scotland on Saturday morning and watched the side win 4-1 at Dunfermline," read a statement released on the club's official website.
"He was back at Murray Park this morning (Monday) where he trained for the first time.
"Now he is just waiting for some paperwork to come through and he will officially become a Rangers player for the second time."
Cousin is delighted to be back in familiar surroundings and cannot wait to get going.
He told the club's official website: "I am very happy to be back at Rangers and it is a very big challenge for me.
"I know it is a massive club with great fans so I am looking forward the next few months in Scotland.
"The manager contacted me after the African Nations Cup and he told me he would like me to return.
"I am confident I can score goals here and that we can win our remaining games."