With Rangers’ striker options lacking some punch, shall we say, Ibrox Noise proposed a stunning January move for a Murty signing who simply wasn’t given a chance earlier this year, and who Steven Gerrard rejected out of hand despite the player’s own eagerness to make his loan permanent.
Jason Cummings was a bright spot last season, with a stunning reverse scissor kick at Ayr, a clinical grass cutter at Ross County on his debut, and a fine hat track against Falkirk in the cup.
And if our poll is anything to go by, Rangers fans want the lad back.
In a recent survey on the site, an overwhelming 75% of respondents advocated a January return for the former Hibs striker, something he himself is pushing for via the wonders of social media.
Only a quarter of Rangers fans didn’t want him back in our colours.
Whichever side of that you’re on, the majority definitely favours trying to bring him back, especially given his excellent season so far at top of the table pushers Peterborough with six goals and four assists.
We even suggested it would cost a £1M to do so. It might even cost less and we’d get way more from him than we have from Umar Sadiq.