By Ronnie Esplin, Press Association Sport
Published: 14:31 GMT, 2 January 2019 | Updated: 14:40 GMT, 2 January 2019
Charlie Adam admitted he is 'absolutely' interested in a return to Rangers.
The 33-year-old midfielder has played only three games in the Sky Bet Championship for Stoke this season and is looking for a move in the transfer window.
Adam started his career at Ibrox before moving to Blackpool in 2009 and played alongside Gers boss Steven Gerrard at Liverpool.
Charlie Adam revealed he would be interested in rejoining former club Rangers in January
Speaking at a William Hill media event at a hotel on the outskirts of Glasgow, Adam admitted he would be interested in rejoining Rangers, who went level on points with Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic with a 1-0 win over their Old Firm rivals in their last game of 2018.
However, he revealed he has had no contact with any club, including Hearts, who are reportedly keen to land him.
The Scotland international played 88 games and hit 18 goals for Rangers in six years at club
He told Press Association Sport: 'At the moment I am still contracted to Stoke but I want to play and hopefully there are opportunities during the window to play somewhere.
'The Rangers thing is something that it