Rangers manager Ally McCoist is hopeful that he will be able to convince striker Craig Beattie to join his team this summer.
The 28-year-old has reportedly refused the first offer put forward by Rangers and wants a better deal from the Scottish giants.
McCoist has signed Fran Sandaza, Kevin Kyle, Ian Black, Dean Shiels and Andrew Little so far, and is keen to add Beattie to his squad before the transfer window slams shut.
"We're hopefully going to have a wee chat about that later on tonight and tomorrow morning with Charles, Kenny and Ian," he said on Rangers' official website on Tuesday.
"We'll see if we can push that one forward. We've nothing as yet in terms of signing him but Craig's certainly someone we have been looking at.
"There's obviously a good number of others on the radar as well and I'm delighted with the players we have brought in."
McCoist then gave his take on some of the other players he has recruited this summer.
"Dean Shiels was in the top four PFA players so you could make an argument we've signed one of Kilmarnock's best players," he enthused.
"In my opinion, we've signed one of Hearts' best players in Ian Black and we've signed two centre forwards who are proven at the top level in this country.
"That's an indication of the kind of players we are trying to attract and I think it's really encouraging they want to come to the club.
"I'm really excited about one or two of the youngsters coming in but they need a hand and we have to get a blend there and get them looked after and protected.
"We want to build a team that can compete against anyone in the country and that's what we are hoping to do."