Last Updated: Wed, 13 Feb 2013 15:27
Southampton midfielder Steven Davis admits he would welcome the chance to return to former club Rangers at some point in his career.
Davis left the fallen Scottish giants for Southampton in the summer when he, and many others, decided not to transfer their contracts to the newco company that assumed control of the Ibrox outfit.
The 28-year-old Northern Irishman, who scored in Saints' 3-1 win over Manchester City at the weekend, is delighted to have joined Southampton but admits he has unfinished business in Glasgow and hopes to represent Rangers again later in his career.
He told The Daily Record: "It was the toughest decision of my life when I left for another club. If everything goes to the plan I have in my head I'd like to come back and play for the club again before my career ends.
"I know there are different opinions about the players who left after administration but I still follow Rangers and they continue to mean a lot to me."
He added: "There was so much uncertainty, so I was delighted Southampton made an offer that was acceptable and the club got money that they needed to keep going."
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