Rangers have been doing a decent job under the stewardship of manager Steven Gerrard this season, but they are yet to set the world alight with their performances.
The club have lost just once in all competitions since the season began and they currently sit seven points adrift of Scottish Premiership leaders Hearts after five games.
In that time, the Gers have claimed just two wins, with two ending in draws and one – against Celtic – in defeat.
Gerrard has some attacking talent at his disposal, but perhaps a former Rangers player would boost that even further.
Steven Naismith, who left the Glasgow-based club in 2012 after a five-year spell in which he scored 33 goals, is in good form at Hearts.
The Scotland international joined the club on loan for the season from Norwich City, and so far he has racked up five goals.
We asked you if Rangers would benefit from having Naismith back in the team, and the majority believe so.