Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies has ambitions of managing former club Rangers before the end of his career.
Davies played for the Gers between 1981-1984 and, although he was not a regular feature for the Scottish giants, he would love a chance to take up the hotseat at Ibrox.
The 45-year-old, whose side will be competing in the Championship play-offs after Sunday's trip to Scunthorpe, told BBC Alba's Sports programme: "I'm very open-minded with regards to the future. I would love to, no doubt, someday manage Glasgow Rangers. Whether it's in 10 years, 15 years, whatever."
On his playing career at Ibrox, Davies added: "For me, it was always a challenge being a young player joining Glasgow Rangers.
"You've got to be very patient at these big clubs to try and get some games. Hence the reason why a lot move on and take on another challenge.
"At Rangers, I never really got a great deal of challenge, although I think my 5ft 6in stature never helped me."