Rangers expect Ryan Kent to return to action after the international break.

The winger picked up a knock on his first game back as a permanent fixture at the club back in September.

Around 40 minutes into his re-debut against Livingston, Kent pulled up with a hamstring injury and has been out since.

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However the playmaker, 22, looks likely to make good use of this week's break to get back to full fitness and in contention for Gers' next competitive action against Hearts on October 20.

We told previously how Rangers assistant boss Gary McAllister revealed Kent has returned to light training earlier than expected.

The former Liverpool player told how the Ibrox management team did not want to rush the star back too quickly.

But their next match comes in 13 days - plenty of time for Kent to try and get back up to speed while some other players are away with their international teammates.