ROBBIE SAVAGE has offered to pull on his boots again and play for Rangers for nothing.
The former Wales international has vowed to help Ibrox manager Ally McCoist out if he is short of players for the start of the new season.
Savage quit top-flight football last summer and has textED newco owner Charles Green to let him know he is available if needed.
Rangers are currently preparing to make a batch of signings as they begin life in the Third Division, but funding such contracts could prove difficult.
Savage, however, says he wouldn't be looking for a single penny to play for Rangers.
The 37-year-old, who used to be a team-mate of Celtic manager Neil Lennon at Leicester City, said: "If Rangers are struggling for players I would come out of retirement and play for nothing. I could do a job in the Scottish Third Division.
"It would be a privilege to play for a great club. I only retired a year ago, I'm fit now and would play for free.
"I might be mad thinking I can, but if they are desperate for players, I'll go up there and play for nothing."
Meanwhile, former Hearts striker Kevin Kyle is looking for a comeback with Rangers.
The 31-year-old is keen to resurrect his career with the Ibrox newco in the Third Division.
Kyle, who is currently on trial with SPL side St Johnstone, said: "I wouldn't cost the earth and, at the same time, Ally McCoist would know what he is getting."