Auxerre defender Younes Kaboul has invited Rangers to make a move for him.
The highly-rated defender will get the chance to impress the Rangers coaching staff when Auxerre play the Scottish outfit in the Uefa Cup on Thursday.
A number of top clubs are thought to be trailing Kaboul, but the French Under-21 international admits he would be interested in playing in Scotland after talking to Rangers midfielder Jeremy Clement about The SPL.
"I've spoken to Jeremy about Scottish football, and he only has good things to say about it," Kaboul told the Daily Record.
"Right now it's only a dream of mine but if there is an offer I'll definitely listen."
Meanwhile, Rangers striker Nacho Novo has revenge on his mind ahead of the trip to France.
Auxerre knocked Rangers out of the Uefa Cup two years ago with a 2-0 win at Ibrox and Novo is keen to erase that painful memory.
When asked if revenge was on his mind Novo said: "Obviously, yes [we want revenge]. We want to win against every team in the Uefa Cup and I think this is a good chance to win and pass through to the next round," said Novo.
"It's going to be a tough game but all the lads have been doing really well in the Uefa Cup so I hope we get a good result."