Michael O’Halloran is the subject of interest from Rangers
O’Halloran has struggled to make an impact at Ibrox since Gers boss Mark Warburton splashed out £500,000 to land him on a four-and-a-half-year deal from St Johnstone last January.
McGhee – who takes Well to Ibrox today for a Scottish Cup tie – said: “We would jump at the chance of taking Michael but I think most clubs in the Premiership would. We don’t know where that’s going yet, but we’re interested.
“He’s a good player and I would have expected him to feature, but I’m sure Mark has his reasons.
“The team has a shape and he hasn’t featured.
“But I think it would benefit him to come to Fir Park on loan. James McFadden played with him so we know him well. We’d have no hesitation.”
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McGhee also confirmed his interest in Fleetwood winger Elliott Frear as he strives to boost his attacking options.
The Well boss insists belief is the key for his players today.
He said: “The biggest danger for us is that we don’t believe that we are good enough to go there and win, that it’s Rangers we are playing, it’s away from home, it’s the cup, it’s another difficult draw.
“We have to somehow overcome that and believe. Forget the jersey, there’s 11 players out there and we need to believe together and as individuals that we can be better than them.
“If we can do that in our heads we will have a hell of a chance, but if we go there and we are intimidated by the crowd, the stadium, who they are, then we have no chance.”