Daniel Cousin is ready to leave Rangers to win a dream move to England this summer.
The powerful striker looked set to depart Ibrox during the January transfer window after Fulham had a bid accepted for his services.
However, Fifa red tape blocked the switch as rules stipulate players cannot appear for three different clubs in the same season after Cousin made a brief appearance for Lens before making the move to Rangers.
Following the disappointment of seeing his move to Fulham fall through, Cousin returned to Rangers and helped the club go all the way to the Uefa Cup final and win the Scottish Cup.
Cousin scored ten league goals in 14 starts for Rangers and also scored in the two impressive European wins over Lyon and Werder Bremen.
Fulham are believed to be ready to rekindle their interest in the big target man, with a number of other Premier League sides keeping tabs on Cousin.
Cousin's agent Willie McKay has confirmed the player has his heart set on a switch to England this summer.
"I would expect Daniel to leave Rangers this summer and he is still very interested in a move to England," McKay told skysports.com.
"He was disappointed when the move to Fulham in January was blocked, but he showed what a real professional he was by returning to Rangers and scoring a few important goals for them.
"He would love the chance to play in the Premier League and there is interest from a number of clubs."