Derby County chairman Adam Pearson has revealed that Kenny Miller is close to sealing a move back to Rangers.
The 28-year-old Scotland international joined the Rams for around £3million from Celtic last summer and netted four times in 30 appearances during a difficult season at Pride Park.
However, Miller has been allowed to hold talks with Rangers after the two clubs agreed a fee for his services.
The well-travelled striker spent one season at Rangers in 2000/01 and worked successfully under now Gers boss Walter Smith during his time at the Scotland helm.
"The two clubs have agreed a deal and we are reasonably happy with the package, so it is now down to Kenny to sort things out with Rangers," revealed Pearson.
"I don't envisage any problems because Kenny is keen to go to Rangers and Rangers are keen to sign him.
"We have had one firm offer and three serious enquiries about signing him but Kenny told us he wasn't interested because he wants to go to Rangers."