Fabio Silva could return to Rangers on loan next season, that's according to his father Jorge.

The striker joined Philippe Clement's side last month and netted his first goal in the 3-0 win over Livingston on Saturday.

And quickly, the player's dad Jorge Silva - who previously played for Boavista - has suggested the striker could settle in Glasgow for another season.

Silva does have a long-term contract at Wolves, but his dad reckons continuity in game time and performances is the priority for the striker in the near future.

And if that is on offer at Rangers after this season, then another loan switch could become a reality.

It's thought Jorge Silva was heavily involved in the deal for Fabio to join Rangers on loan, and he is excited by the prospect of silverware for his son and a possible future in Glasgow beyond this season.

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He told the Sunday Mail: “We have a long contract with Wolves but Fabio has to settle down somewhere. Is there a possibility of Fabio staying at Rangers next season if he does well, even on loan? I think so, yes. Listen, in four months many things can happen.

“But I hope Rangers can be champions this season which would be amazing for the club and also for Fabio.

"To play in the Champions League, that’s something Fabio has desired so much. He needs continuity in his career now. If Rangers are happy with him – and obviously the last word will be with Wolves – why not?

"My advice to Fabio is to give his best for this massive club, do what he can to help his team and the coach – and make the supporters happy. If everyone is happy at the end of the season, why couldn’t he go back to Rangers?”