Allan McGregor quizzed on Rangers return as legend considers coaching question

Allan McGregor refused to rule out a return to Rangers as a coach but hinted he wouldn't be pushing for it any time soon.

The Gers legend stopped playing last year aged 41, bowing at the top with his beloved club after coming through their academy. There was some time away in between but Ibrox was where he spent most of his career and racked up over 500 appearances as a Ranger.

He left the club at the end of his contract this time last year and while he didn't officially retire, appears to have all but hung the gloves up. But would he consider a return to the Light Blues as a coach? Well, he was put on the spot and asked exactly that by Jimmy Bullard and Tubes on their Golf Life podcast.

He responded: "If the question got asked. Coaching? I feel like I want to want to do it rather than people say 'you've got the experience, you should do it'. That time might come soon but I am just enjoying myself."

Asked which of his Gers games meant the most to him, McGregor said: "It's a difficult question because there are so many good memories. I think any time you win a trophy is always good. Obviously beating your rivals is always good as well. I had some good European runs. Got to the UEFA Cup Final a couple of years ago, unfortunately we couldn't win, but still what we done in that season was incredible, the teams we beat. In this day in age, with the budget the club has to get there was incredible."