Derby striker Kenny Miller insists he would be prepared to return to Rangers - despite his spell with Celtic.
Miller joined Wolves from Rangers for £2m in December 2001
The 28-year-old, linked with a return to Ibrox, says he would be tempted to cross the Old Firm divide once again.
"The fact I have history with the club and their main rivals wouldn't come into my thinking," explained Miller.
"The fans were great with me - I never had any problems from either side. There is always going to be the odd comment but times have changed."
The Scotland forward told the News of the World: "I've another two years left at Derby and I don't have a get-out clause, but we'll wait and see what happens.
"If something like that was to come up, you would be silly to rule it out."
Miller - who played for Rangers between 2000-2001 - is realistic about the remainder of the season with the rock bottom Rams, currently holding just nine Premier League points from 26 games.
"The last thing you want is to be known as the worst team in terms of points totals in Premiership history, so we'll be looking to get over that threshold.
"All we've got to fight for is pride."