Scottish defender Danny Wilson would consider a loan move back to Rangers to keep his international dream alive.

Wilson made just eight appearances last season following a £1 million move to Liverpool.

He partner Gary Caldwell at the heart of Scotland's defence during their victory over Denmark, but admits his first team opportunities will need to be more frequent if he is to keep his international place, paving the way for a return to Rangers.

Wilson said: "It's been mentioned but there have been no offers yet so it's difficult to try to decide what's going to happen.

 

"If there are no offers, you can't really do much about it so I'm just working hard and trying to keep a part of things. But we've got a lot of players now at Liverpool and it's going to be difficult."

On a return to Rangers, he said: "I don't see why not, if the option was there. But the option's not there so it's difficult for me to comment on that.

"I'll consider any team, once the offers come in I'll evaluate them and decide what's best for me and my career."

Rangers began their SPL title defence in inconsistent form, drawing their opening game of the season to Dundee United and could do will some strengthening ahead of their run in the Europa League.

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