By Dominic Toner
Rangers boss Mark Warburton has revealed he is impressed by the desire shown by veteran forward Kenny Miller in training.
The 36-year-old helped fire Rangers back to the top-flight of Scottish football and his manager says there are no signs of him slowing down:
“If you saw Kenny Miller train at the age of 36 then you’d realise that the passion burns strong,” he told the Glasgow Evening times, cited by HITC Sport.
He struck up a fierce partnership in 2015-16 with the second-tier league’s top goalscorer Martyn Waghorn, as the duo scored 20 and 14 goals in the league respectively.
Miller has experienced a long and successful career stretching back to his debut in 1997 for Hibernian and along the way has picked up both team and individual honours, including the Scottish Premier League title for both Rangers and rivals Celtic, as well as the Scottish golden boot in the 2010-11 season.
It appears that he is not done yet though, as Rangers look set to make a strong return to the league after their four-year absence and he is set to feature for them along with a host of new signings.
Niko Kranjcar is the latest addition to the squad and he becomes their sixth signing of this transfer window.
In other Rangers news, Kranjcar has revealed how boss Warburton persuaded the Croatian.