By Dominic Toner
Rangers manager Mark Warburton claims that Kenny Miller has made an impact in every game this season.
The 36-year-old forward is an integral part of the first team despite his age and has helped the Gers to second in the Scottish Premiership this campaign.
He has featured in all 17 of the league games and has played left wing, right wing and as a central striker.
Rangers travel to Hamilton on Friday for a league match and Miller is expected to be named in the starting XI.
Warburton has praised Miller for his ability and branded him a role model for the club’s youth players.
“Kenny has been first class and has started more games than not,” Warburton said, as quoted by the club’s official website. “He contributes in every game, is a very clever footballer, trains well every day and is a role model for the younger players.”
Miller is currently enjoying his third spell with the Scottish giants and has enjoyed a successful career, playing for the likes of Wolves, Celtic, Derby and Cardiff.
Rangers signed him for the third time in 2014 and he has helped them secure promotion back to the top flight of Scottish football.
Miller has made 23 appearances this season across all competitions, scoring four goals and supplying four assists.
The striker helped the Gers gain promotion from the Scottish Championship last season as they cruised to the title, with 21 goals in 43 appearances across all competitions.
He faces a lot of opposition to be named in Warburton strongest XI this season, but he has been the preferred option ahead Martyn Waghorn and Joe Garner.
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