COMMONWEALTH Games fans have been given the chance to name the new home for one of the city's famous 2014 focal points.

The Big G - the giant sculpture that dominated George Square - has been spruced up and is ready to go on permanent display.

But Glasgow City Council bosses want Evening Times readers to decide where that new home should be.

They are asking you to choose from either Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow Green or outside Hampden Stadium.

Our online poll has already attracted hundreds of responses.

Last night, Glasgow Green was the clear leader with 55 per cent of the votes, followed by Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum with 36 per cent.

Hampden Stadium was trailing behind with just nine percent of the public's support.

Councillor Frank McAveety, Leader of Glasgow City Council, said: “I’m delighted that the Evening Times poll is receiving such a great response and I look forward to finding out where readers choose as its new home.

“The Big G is an iconic symbol of the 2014 Commonwealth Games and it brings back happy memories of a truly fantastic event for Glasgow. I’m sure it will become a selfie hotspot once again when it is back on public view.”

Council bosses have been clear that Big G will not return to George Square - the city centre hub did not host any Games events and so was not considered suitable as a permanent home.

But that hasn't stopped readers on Twitter and Facebook calling for the sculpture to be permanently placed there.

There have also been suggestions that the SECC would be an excellent new home.

But sadly for these ideas, the poll is clear - just one of three sights may be chosen.

Standing taller than a double decker bus and weighing as much as an African elephant, the 18-feet high, four tonne metal sculpture became the scene of thousands of selfies.

And we want to see your pictures.

As well as casting your vote, post your images of the Big G in George Square on Twitter to @TheEveningTimes or see our Facebook page.

Work has been taking place to strengthen and treat the metal to make it fit to be permanently displayed outdoors.

Once a final location is chosen, work will start on site preparation.