Rangers striker Jason Cummings has revealed he has already “learned a lot” from veteran Gers star Kenny Miller after only a month at Ibrox.
Cummings, 22, joined the Gers in January from Nottingham Forest on a season-long loan and was on the scoresheet in Sunday’s 6-1 win over Ayr United in the Scottish Cup on Sunday.
Miller, 38, is in his third stint at Ibrox and has played for a host of clubs including Celtic, Wolves, Bursaspor, Derby, Cardiff and Vancouver Whitecaps.
Cummings also revealed Miller was “good to have around” despite the 16-year gap between the two.
“Kenny trains well every single day and he’ll be pushing to get a start,” Cummings said, as quoted by the Scottish Sun.
“I’ve learned a lot from him because he’s been in the game a long time.
“He’s good to have around the changing room because you can always pick up things from him.”
Scotland international Cummings has scored twice since joining Rangers and is expected to make his loan move permanent at the end of the season.
Miller made his return from injury in Sunday’s Scottish Cup win after two months on the sidelines with a hamstring tear.
The striker had been widely criticised by fans for his poor performances prior to his injury.
Incredibly, the veteran has never won the Scottish Cup in his three spells with Rangers and will be hoping to help the Light Blues end eight years without a major trophy and win it this season.
The veteran has won three Scottish titles and two Scottish League Cups at Ibrox and is out of contract at the end of the season.
In other Rangers news, Stan Collymore has made a brutally honest admission about the Gers and bitter rivals Celtic.