Rangers flew out to Tenerife on Monday – and the inclusion of Jamie Murphy in the travelling party will be a huge boost to the Gers.
The winger was photographed with the rest of the squad as they headed for a training camp in Spain, as reported by the Daily Record.
Murphy has been out of action since tearing knee ligaments in August but is edging closer to a return to action.
Despite looking like being out until the summer, Murphy is working hard to return before then and could even be back this season.
Steven Gerrard has admitted losing Murphy was a big blow with Graham Dorrans also suffering a long-term injury.
Having Murphy back will give the Gers a different option down the left and offer more competition for Ryan Kent and Glenn Middleton.
After spending six months on loan at Ibrox, Murphy made his move permanent in the summer but has only managed eight appearances this season.
Although Murphy is still a bit away from a return to top-team action, he should hopefully be back in time for the final games of the season.
With Murphy ahead of schedule for his return, he could even play a key role in the title chase if it goes down to the wire.