GIOVANNI VAN BRONCKHORST has hinted at further Rangers transfer activity before the January window is slammed shut.

The Ibrox outfit have only added one new face this window, in the way of James Sands, who joined on-loan from New York City.

Nathan Patterson exited the club as he linked up with Everton in the Premier League and Van Bronckhorst has hinted that there could be more transfer activity to come.

Speaking in his press conference today, he said: "The window is still open for eleven days, anything can happen in that time and we are fully prepared."

Van Bronckhorst praised United States midfielder Sands for handling a difficult debut well as Rangers shared the spoils with Aberdeen on Tuesday night.

“It’s not an easy game, so I think he did well,” the Dutchman told Rangers TV.

“It was a difficult game not only for him but for us as a team, and I think he did well, especially in the second half when we had John (Lundstram) on to give us more power in midfield.

“It was too bad we conceded a penalty but after that, we did well and I am glad we kept a point.”