Philippe Clement has revealed his constant communication with Rangers transfer guru Nils Koppen.

The Ibrox club are looking to recruit this month in a bid to strengthen their squad with the club fighting it out on all fronts in the Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup and Europa League.

Rangers have already added attacker Fabio Silva this window and they also look set to add Ivory Coast international Mohamed Diomande later this week.

Clement is still looking for a striker this window, but he is relaxed as the club head into the final week of January, especially with the help of director of football Koppen.

He explained: "It has been really busy. If I get a message or a call, my wife already knows who it is. It is good that it is Nils and not somebody else so that is a positive thing! It has been good.

"He is super determined, hard working day and night together with all his team. It is the same with me, OK I am always the spokesman about everything but I don’t do everything myself in this building.

"I have a great staff doing a lot of things for me and it is the same with Nils. He is happy also about the people who were in the building and how they are helping, the scouts, the analysts and everybody.

"We are discussing all the developments between us but always together with the board, with Creag, with James, with the chairman and the board and the investors. It is with everyone together.

"There is a lot of contact. That is what I like, I like to be involved and know everything that is going on. Is it going in a positive way or is it difficult and why? I like to have all the information, like I want all the information about the players here. I like to have a lot of information so I can make the right decisions."