Dave King has yet to approach the Scottish FA about the possibility of joining the Rangers board.
King said on Friday he "knows for sure" his appointment would be approved and there would be "no issues".
Speaking to BBC Scotland at Rangers' match at East Fife, he said that his comments "were in relation to the AIM Stock Market requirements".
But SFA chief executive Stewart Regan said King would be "a little premature" to think he would have no concerns.
King, who invested £20m when Sir David Murray owned Rangers and remained on the board during the ill-fated reign of Craig Whyte, is exploring a return to Ibrox and has
talked of his ambition to be chairman.
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