West Brom winger James Morrison has urged the club to sign his former Scotland team-mate Barry Ferguson.
Relegated Albion are reported to be showing an interest in signing Rangers midfielder Ferguson as they look to rebuild a squad capable of making a quick-fire return to the Premier League.
Ferguson is widely expected to leave Ibrox in the summer following the 'Boozegate' scandal with team-mate Allan McGregor while on international duty.
The duo received lifetime bans from international football for giving two-fingered gestures after being left out of the World Cup qualifier with Iceland, while Ferguson was stripped of the Gers' captaincy.
Scottish international Morrison is a big admirer of Ferguson and believes signing the midfielder would be a real coup for West Brom.
"Barry is obviously a top player and has been for years. With his experience, he would be, if he signed, a great asset," said Morrison.
"That is what we have been lacking, a real leader. I think experience is the key for us.
"I think the fans would certainly be excited if he was to sign, given the events of the past week."