Gordon considering 'offers'
Former Sunderland goalkeeper Craig Gordon says he feels fitter than ever - and is considering "two or three offers".
The 31-year-old, who was signed by Sunderland from Hearts for £9million in August 2007, has been a free agent since being released in 2012.
He made 95 appearances for the Black Cats but struggled with a persistent knee injury at the back end of his career at the Stadium of Light.
Gordon trained with Rangers in pre-season ahead of the 2013-14 campaign and is now back in training, claiming he feels able to play once again.
The former Scotland international says he has received some "interesting" offers and is now contemplating his next career move.
Gordon told Sky Sports: "I've had two or three offers already which have been quite interesting - but it's just about picking the right one, and then I can move on from there.
"You know yourself when you're ready and you're able to play, and I feel just as good now, if not better, than I ever have done in my career.
"Fitness-wise I'm right there - it's just a case of getting the matches and proving it to everyone else as well."