Rangers have confirmed that striker Nicky Clark has agreed to join the club from Queen of the South on a three-year contract.
Clark will follow in the footsteps of his father Sandy who scored 22 goals for Rangers in the 1980s.
Clark will not be registered until September 1 because Rangers are currently under a transfer embargo. But he will join the rest of the squad for pre-season training.
Clark scored 41 goals in all competitions as Queen of the South won Scottish Division Two and won the Ramsdens Cup.
Clark played for Aberdeen and Peterhead before joining Queen of the South in July 2011 on an initial one-year deal before signing a 12-month extension.