By Harvey Byrne
Rangers forward Kenny Miller has been named Rangers’ payer of the month for August after the Gers impressive return to the Scottish Premiership.
Miller, 36, made four appearances for the side during the month scoring two goals.
Rangers went through August unbeaten in five matches, picking up three wins, as they look to make a good start in their return to Scotland’s top flight.
Rangers announced the news via their official Twitter account on Tuesday, with Miller being the standout performer of the month.
— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) September 13, 2016
Miller is currently in his third spell at the club following moves in 2000 and 2008.
He returned to Ibrox from MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps in 2014 and the experienced striker played a key part in Rangers’ return to the Scottish Premiership.
The striker scored 21 goals in 43 encounters in the last campaign and also showed his creative side with 12 assists.
During his career he has played across nine different clubs, including Wolves, Derby and Cardiff.
He also had a spell at Rangers’ fierce rivals Celtic, where he spent a year.
The striker has won a host of awards over his career and while at Rangers he has won the Scottish Premiership three times, as well as being named the golden boot winner in the 2010-11 season.
In other Rangers team news, Dean Windass has revealed the club should make far better use of his son Josh.