Rangers are set to recall Josh McPake from Morecambe amid interest from a string of English clubs who are keen to take him back down south.
The Scotland under-21 cap linked up with former Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson at the Shrimps – but his current loan has been curtailed by an injury suffered in training.
The champions have the option to take McPake back in the January window and they are set to activate that.
Salford City, Barrow and Tranmere Rovers are just some of the teams who are keen to take the talented winger on-loan for the second half of the season.
Rangers director of football Ross Wilson is currently assessing all his options and he is desperate to get McPake back playing regular first-team football.
McPake had a successful loan spell at Harrogate Town last year and helped them to a famous Wembley win in the English Football League Trophy.
He has also had loans at Dundee and Morton earlier in his career.