Rangers striker Kenny Miller admits the return of Kris Boyd would excite everyone at Ibrox if the club can pull it off.
Miller returned himself for a third stint at the club this week and he has already spoken to the out-of-contract Kilmarnock man about a possible rekindling of their strike partnership.
While Boyd is in talks with Dundee United, Miller insists his fellow attacker would be interested in playing again for Rangers, although budget restrictions could prove a stumbling block.
Miller, who has signed for a year with the option of another season, told the Daily Record: “Just pulling on that jersey again will be enough but if the big man comes back he will be an asset.
“It would excite everyone. He scored an incredible amount of goals here.
“I’ve spoken with Kris and if the opportunity was there, it’s something he would be interested in.”