By Harvey Byrne
Martyn Waghorn has stated that experienced Rangers forward Kenny Miller has been “brilliant” with him since he joined the club.
The 26-year-old striker completed a free transfer to the Scottish giants from Lancashire outfit Wigan in the summer of 2015.
He has been a star for the Gers since his move and as quoted by the club’s official Twitter account he has paid tribute to Miller for helping to guide him.
The former Leicester hitman has scored an impressive eight goals in 10 encounters in the new campaign which has seen Rangers return to the Scottish Premiership after a four year absence.
Meanwhile, Miller, 36, is enjoying his third spell at the club and bagged his 100th goal for the Scottish giants in the 1-0 victory over Inverness on Friday evening.
Both players are playing key roles in Mark Warburton’s team as they look to establish themselves at the top of the Scottish pyramid once again.
The Gers currently sit in fourth place with 15 points from their opening nine fixtures.
They will face fierce Glaswegian rivals Celtic next in the Scottish League Cup semi-final, where they will be keen to avenge a humiliating 5-1 defeat suffered earlier in the season.
In other Rangers news, Warburton provides update on first team duo ahead of Celtic clash.