Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam has revealed that he would consider a return to Rangers in the upcoming January transfer market, should his former side come calling.
Adam, now 32, has found game time hard to come by in recent years, making just three appearances in the Championship for Stoke this season under manager Gary Rowett.
However, with his former Liverpool teammate Steven Gerrard now in charge at his former stomping ground Ibrox, he has admitted he would consider returning to his native Scotland.
“Someone asked me at the weekend if I’d be interested in going back to Scotland to play and I need to play,” Adam told talkSPORT.
“I’ve not played this season, I’ve played three [league] games, so I need to play.
“I’ve spoken to the [Stoke] manager and we’ll see what happens when the window opens.
“If there are options there, we’ll sit down and look at them, if there’s not then I’ll stay at Stoke and try to get an opportunity to play.”
Stoke are currently in mid-table in the Championship after their decade-long spell in the Premier League came to a halt last season.