Rangers winger Jordan Jones got himself on the scoresheet against Hibernian in a behind closed doors friendly on Tuesday, according to The Scottish Sun.
The game finished 4-4 with Jones and fellow Gers teammates Greg Stewart, Chris McKee and Ross McCausland scoring for the Light Blues.
A report from Glasgow Live on Tuesday explained that the Gers and Hibs would face off in a friendly game that would give out of favour Rangers players a chance to shine.
It was Jones’ first chance to play football since he and fellow teammate George Edmundson received lengthy bans from the Scottish FA for breaking COVID regulations.
Edmundson was also involved in the game as it remains to be seen if either player has a long term future at Ibrox.
This could have been a chance for both players to stay fit so they are ready to return when their suspensions expire.
Equally, the Gers could just be keeping both players fit so they can be sold in January which would be ideal for Rangers as they could receive some money for the players they want to get rid of, instead of paying to sack them for their reckless actions.
Jones’ performance has given Gerrard something to think about with a large chunk of the season still to play.
The Gers could use Jones in the Scottish Premiership if they progress into the later rounds of the Europa League and want to target a strong finish in that competition.
He has already shown his quality this season with an excellent goal and all-round performance in the 5-1 win against Motherwell earlier this season.
This is all speculation but it is certainly interesting to see Jones and Edmundson given minutes which may signify that their time at Ibrox isn’t quite over.