STEVEN GERRARD admits any further Rangers arrivals could depend on players heading for the Ibrox exit door before the end of the month.

The Light Blues boss has added Jermain Defoe and Steven Davis to his squad already this winter as he gears up for a crack at the Premiership title and Scottish Cup in the second half of the campaign.

And Jordan Jones and Glen Kamara have put pen-to-paper on pre-contracts that will see them join the Gers in the summer.

Striker Ryan Hardie has been recalled from a loan spell at Livingston and travelled to Tenerife as he gets a chance to impress.

Gerrard said: “Jordan and Glen are signings for the big picture but I’ve got a responsibility to try and improve the team now and get results now but also think about trying to strengthen the squad for the years to come.

“They are two really good signings in terms of potential and very excited to come but we’ve asked them to be as professional as they can and respectful to the clubs they’re at because Kilmarnock and Dundee have been helpful.

“Without mentioning any names, there will possibly be players moving on and that will dictate whether we add anyone else to the squad.

“At the moment we are very satisfied with what we’ve got but if someone wants to leave we probably would have to look for cover.

“Ryan is here because I want to see up close and personal. He was promised a loan move when I arrived at the club and injured so I haven’t had a chance to see him.

“I’ve been very impressed with him at Livingston and he’s obviously our player so it makes sense for me to see him closely for a full week and sit down and have a chat with him to see where his head is at.

“I won’t keep him here just to be a squad player. I understand he’s a young player and we need to develop him so don’t be surprised if you see him go out on loan again but we do see a future for him here at Rangers.”