Rangers currently find themselves at the top of the table after yesterday’s win over Hamilton Academical, as Celtic slipped up against Hibernian.
The Bluenoses failed to make it through to the knockout stages of the Europa League recently, so they’ll be desperate to make amends by enjoying a positive run of form domestically.
Interestingly, it appears as if the Glasgow club are eyeing a possible addition, as according to the Daily Mail, Rangers are ready to plot a move for Southampton midfielder Steven Davis.
Rangers are interested in the Northern Ireland international, who is said to be open to a return to Ibrox in January.
The 33-year-old has started just two games this season and is keen to gain more regular playing time.
Indeed, Gerrard is looking to strengthen his options and sees Davis’s ability to maintain possession as a key asset going forward, especially after losing Ovie Ejaria recently.
Steven Davis still has plenty of life left in him having impressed on the international stage in the current campaign, so the Bluenoses should go all out to secure his services next month.
Of course, having witnessed Ovie Ejaria’s departure recently, it comes as no surprise that Gerrard has immediately started to look at potential replacements.