Hibs striker Florian Kamberi is seemingly more certain ever that he wants to play for Rangers permanently.
The 25-year-old left Easter Road in January to join Steven Gerrard at Ibrox, and he caused controversy at the time by branding it ‘a dream move’.
Kamberi made 20 league appearances for the Easter Road outfit before departing, as well as seven in the domestic cups.
Kamberi has made just one start so far at Ibrox, but it appears clear the now-Albania international wants to leave Hibs to become a permanent Rangers player.
He told Sonntag Blicks: “Rangers are an incredible club. Everything there is the finest there could be. The infrastructure is outstanding and the staff are great.
“When I moved to Scotland two years ago, my second game against Rangers and since then I have dreamed of playing for them myself.
“I really want to stay here long term. Playing in front of 50,000 fans every other week is just awesome.”
Kamberi seems dead-set on turning his move to Rangers permanent.
It would certainly be difficult for fans to warm to him again given the way he has gushed about the Light Blues.
Whether he’ll have the chance to leave Easter Road remains to be seen – everything is currently up in the air due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It could be that Rangers don’t have the funds to buy him, meaning the player has taken something of a risk speaking in such a way.