Ray Wilkins has made himself available to “help” Rangers as the Ibrox board continue their protracted search for a new manager.
The former midfielder questioned why it’s taking so long to find the successor to Pedro Caixinha when the club have a wealth of legends who’d be thrilled to take over, including the likes of Alex McLeish and Terry Butcher, and himself.
Speaking to Jim White on talkSPORT, he said: “It’s taking far too long.
“We’ve got legends like McLeish, Butcher, [Ally] McCoist, [Ian] Durrant… I’d love to be involved in it.
“I’d love to help this wonderful football club with these men.
“Rangers are an institution and they’ve achieved so much on the pitch, and behind the scenes. These people behind the scenes are so important.
“I absolutely despise what is happening to Rangers.”
Wilkins played for two years at the Ibrox club under Graeme Souness between 1987 and 1989.