Kenny Miller will return to the Rangers squad for Saturday's trip to Hearts and could even be fit to start despite spending a month in exile under former boss Pedro Caixinha.
The Portuguese coach and Miller fell out in the aftermath of the 2-0 defeat to Celtic at Ibrox on September 23.
Miller has played no part for the club since and was reportedly told to train with the Under-20 squad.
However, Caixinha was shown the door after a midweek draw with Kilmarnock - a game in which Rangers conceded a stoppage-time equaliser immediately after missing a penalty which would have sealed the points.
And interim boss Graeme Murty confirmed 37-year-old Miller has kept himself in suitable shape.
He said: "I'm here to ensure the players get what they need. They need to feel assured, ready and confident for the game.
"Kenny will be involved - he's available for selection. Kenny is a fit player, he is ready to be involved and he's ready to go."
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