Steven Gerrard brought in 15 new players during the summer transfer window, but the Rangers manager may need some more new faces in order to challenge Celtic.
The former Liverpool captain guided the Gers to a 12-game unbeaten run in all competitions, but they lost to their Glasgow enemies in the Scottish Premiership.
After the international break, Rangers got back to winning ways by earning a 4-0 victory over Dundee FC, but overall, the performance of the team this season has been so-so.
One man who is currently playing for Hearts on loan is impressing in front of goal.
Steven Naismith has scored six goals in eight appearances for club and country, with a hat-trick coming against St Mirren in a 4-1 triumph.
The 32-year-old is currently on loan from Norwich City, therefore a move in January could be tricky, but perhaps Rangers should keep an eye on the 5ft 10in attacker who spent five years at Ibrox earlier in his career.
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