The 33-year-old Stoke City midfielder is currently playing in the English Championship but hopes he can move back to Scotland
Midfielder Charlie Adam debuted professionally with Rangers in the Scottish Premier League in 2003.
He played for the Gers for six years, with three loans in between, before moving to the English Premier League.
And now he hopes he can return to Scotland.
“At the moment I am still contracted to Stoke,” said Adam to Sky Sports.
“But I want to play and hopefully there are opportunities during the window to play somewhere.”
“The Rangers thing is something that would interest me, absolutely,” he added.
“I have been back more times this season than in the last four or five years. I can see it is going in the right direction.”
“Steven [Gerrard] has obviously put his authority on the club. The players are playing well, playing with an unbelievable amount of confidence,” he commented.
“The manager has got it on a playing field where it is competitive – and what a hell of a result against Celtic in the last game (a 1-0 derby win).”