Boyd may consider Rangers return

05 February 2011 02:29
Former Rangers striker Kris Boyd has not ruled out the possibility of a return to Ibrox.Boyd left Rangers for Middlesbrough last summer and was linked with a move back to his former club during the recent January transfer window. [LNB]"I enjoyed my time there," Boyd told BBC Scotland. "You never know what can happen in the future. [LNB]"I was always grateful for the people who took me there and also the fans for the way they treated me." [LNB]The departure of top scorer Kenny Miller last month left Rangers with a void to fill, but it was David Healy, and not Boyd, who was captured by manager Walter Smith. [LNB]Former Kilmarnock striker Boyd became the Scottish Premier League's all-time top scorer during his four-and-a-half-year spell with Rangers and, having turned down the chance to join Birmingham in 2009, left Glasgow on a Bosman transfer to join Boro.[LNB] [LNB][LNB]Boyd expects 'frantic' Old Firm tie[LNB]However, the 27-year-old has endured a frustrating first season in the Championship in England, often being dropped to the bench and only netting six goals so far. [LNB]"There's always rumours kicking about," added the Scotland international. "Kenny left then there was a few injuries (at Rangers). But these things happen in football. [LNB]"Up the road, I was always linked with a move away. It happens, but I look forward to getting my head down here and working from now until the end of the season and we'll see what happens then. [LNB]"You never know in football. I enjoyed my time at the club and it was great to win as many things as I did and score as many goals as I did."

Source: BBC_Sport