By Will Butcher
Kenny Miller is unsure over whether he will be offered a new Rangers deal at Ibrox.
The 36-year-old told Scottish outlet STV that he is yet to enter contract talks with the 54-time Scottish champions, but believes he could have as much as three years left as a player.
Asked if he had been offered a new deal Miller said: “No, not yet. That’s something we’ll cross when it comes to it. For me, I’d love to [stay] but these kind of things are out of my hands.
“I still feel I’m contributing and as long as I keep doing what I’m doing then hopefully I’ll have a year or two or three left in the tank yet.”
Miller has enjoyed an 18-year long career after making his debut for boyhood club Hibernian back in 1998.
A 69-time Scotland international, Miller has played in five different countries for the likes of Turkey’s Bursaspor, Midlands giants Wolves, Welsh outfit Cardiff and MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps.
Rangers’ number nine moved back to Ibrox in 2014, in what is his third spell with the Gers.
Miller has been ushered out to the left side of the Gers attack this term, scoring four goals in 21 league and cup appearances as he continues to play a crucial part in Mark Warburton’s side.
But with his current deal set to expire in just over six month’s time, Miller’s future with the blue half of Glasgow is still up in the air.
However, Miller believes he has plenty more to offer and a new contract could be on the cards for the veteran striker in the near future.
In other Rangers news, summer signing Joe Garner has given his opinion on his playing style.