Rangers manager Mark Warburton has confirmed that the club is on the verge of signing former Bradford City winger Andy Halliday.
The 23-year-old Scot has been on trial at Ibrox Stadium after being released by the Bantams.
Halliday's former clubs include Middlesbrough, Walsall and Blackpool.
"Andy's done very well and is in the process of signing for Rangers Football Club, which I'm delighted about," Warburton is quoted as saying by Sky Sports News.
"He is 23 years old, good number of league appearances under his belt already for a young player. He will bring good quality to the squad."
Halliday scored for Bradford during their famous 4-2 win over Chelsea in the FA Cup fourth round last season.